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Turn Your Bedroom Into a Sleep Sanctuary With This Helpful Guide

Turn Your Bedroom Into a Sleep Sanctuary With This Helpful Guide

Published by Allen Brown

The bedroom is one of the most important rooms you’ll spend time in throughout your life. It’s where your day starts and ends, and indeed, the way you head out to take on the day can be majorly influenced by how your mood when you wake up. 

As your resting and recharge center, your bedroom should be a calming place that allows you to let go, relax, and get a good night’s sleep, your bedroom should be a sanctuary. A good night’s rest gives you energy, helps you learn better, improves your physical health, evens your moods out, and makes you less irritable. Getting eight hours of sound sleep every night can drastically improve the quality of your life. What all this also means is that a lack of sleep can have terrible effects. 

The American Sleep Association (ASA) reports that one-third of Americans are experiencing insomnia and about 25 million adults are experiencing sleep apnea. This point that there are many people that do not set their bedrooms up to be the most relaxing place in the world. 

The good news is that through decor, you can get better sleep. Turning your bedroom into a sleep sanctuary will help you relax after a long day, help you get better, and get more sound sleep. 

Here is a helpful guide on how you can turn your bedroom into your very own sleep sanctuary;

Invest in a High-Quality Mattress and Bedding

Tossing and turning at night can keep you awake and disrupt your sleep pattern. Your bed and the materials on it should be as comfortable as possible as this will help you keep cool throughout the night. It is also important that you invest in good mattresses and bedroom furniture that can last a long time. You spend eight hours there daily, and they’ll be in your life for a long time, so it’s worth the investment. You should also use soft sheets, feel good against your skin, and will hold up for a long time. Also, invest in good duvets and blankets for cold weather.

Keep Electronics Out

If you find that you’re not sleeping well, your gadgets and electronics might be the cause. Experts have said that the light emitted by our smartphones, TVs, and other modern electronics can disrupt and keep us from dozing off and sleeping properly. Lack of sleep means that you are exposed to a host of detrimental conditions like fatigue, reduced productivity, and impaired cognitive skills. Make your bedroom a no-electronics zone. 

Find the Right Temperature

For warmth, a down comforter is easily one of the best ways to keep warm during cold and wintery nights. Your room temperature should be between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit. as it matches the decrease in temperature your body goes through; it’s cool but not too cold. Using fans and the right sheets can also help to keep you cool at night. However, everyone has their preference, so find a comfortable and relaxing temperature for you. 

Keep It Clean and Clutter-Free

It is hard to relax in a messy room. So keeping your bedroom clean, it’s a good idea to have storage space for everything in your bedroom. A disorganized and cluttered room with messy or unsorted heaps of cloth doesn’t help to achieve a sense of calm, so keep your room in good order. It should be organized, and tidy. Avoid the habit of leaving dirty clothes lying around. Your bedside table should be free of clutter. One helpful way to make sure you can keep your room clean is by ensuring you only have what you need in your room. 

Paint the Walls Soothing Colors

Colors impact and affect our moods in different ways. You should paint your bedroom using soothing colors like blue or soft, neutral shades of green or gray are also a good idea. Your painting will help calm your mind after a long day and ease you into the morning. 

Use Calming Scents

Investing in essential oil diffusers or finding oils and balms you can apply directly to your skin is also helpful as fresh scents affect you in several ways. Make use of automatic air sprays or essential oil diffusers to fill your bedroom with scents like lavender, sandalwood, jasmine, rose, vanilla, and bergamot which are all proven to create a soothing atmosphere.

Keep It Breezy

You should make sure there’s good ventilation to plenty of fresh air in the bedroom even if you use essential oils or other methods of keeping your bedroom smelling nice. Air out your bedroom at least once a day to remove dust, prevent the growth of mold, and allow fresh air and sunshine to come in.

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