We all know that a good night’s sleep affects every area of our lives, from our productivity right through to how we feel. Many of us neglect to get enough sleep, or when we are asleep our sleep quality is not that great. I’ve compiled a list of 4 tips that will help ensure your sleep is as good as it can be, so you can be as productive as possible, Here are 4 tips for making your bedroom ultra comfortable:
Finding the best adjustable beds can be a bit of a challenge, but it’s worth it. Adjustable beds tend to run a little more expensive than standard beds, but they offer so much more comfort. You can adjust the bed for a great angle for viewing TV without getting a neck cramp. You can adjust the height of the bed so you can get in and out of the bed without issue. If you prefer, you can even sleep with the bed on a slight angle to help alleviate snoring or other sleep conditions. Sometimes you can make your bed at home almost as comfortable as the beds in kichener hotels.
2) Make Your Room Dark
Many of us live in cities, which are essentially glowing balls of synthetic light. That means at night time, even with curtains, light seeps through. Some people find it easy to sleep with light, others can’t or can fall asleep but fail to have a deep sleep. You can look to invest in some blockout material which will actually stop the light from getting through and you can even buy blockout curtains that are ready-made with this material.
People these days make the mistake of always being connected, which is nice for your boss or your family trying to get in touch with you but it can be horrible for your sleep. If possible, avoid taking your phones and laptops into the bedroom. Train your brain to think of the bedroom as a place for sleep and not much else. It will help dramatically reduce the time you stay laying awake in the bedroom.
4) Listen to White Noise
If you’re still finding sleep a bit of a challenge or if your home is somewhere quite noisy, like by a busy road, consider using white noise to help you drift off. White noise is like a jumble of sounds that almost sounds like running water, but not quite. There’s a few different types of noise, such as pink noise, brown noise and of course the white noise. Have a listen to each of them and see what you find to be more relaxing then give it a go.
The more peaceful your room is, the better your quality of sleep will be. Do what you can to maximise your sleep because the positive affects will cross over into every avenue of your life.