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How to Sleep Better at Night

 

How to Sleep Better at Night

In today’s hectic world, your bedroom should be a sanctuary; a place to escape and unwind so you can wake up rejuvenated and ready to tackle another day. Yet some of the items you keep there might be preventing you from getting the rest you need.

It might be time to do some purging.

Clutter

Your mom was onto something when she made you clean your room. Clutter on dressers and nightstands, piles of laundry, and too many knick-knacks can make it harder to relax and fall asleep. You may not be able to see it all once the lights go out, but you know it’s there.

Family Photos

Research shows that family photos in the bedroom often have the opposite effect of what you intended. Instead of conjuring up joy from the past, they are just as likely to activate your brain on today’s responsibilities, stress triggers, guilt, sadness, and more.  

Blue Light Electronics

TVs, smartphones, tablets, and laptops all emit a blue light that improves mood and increases alertness. While this is fine during the day while you work or learn, at night it can disrupt your natural sleep cycle. Keep these electronics out of the bedroom and try to avoid them for at least an hour before going to bed altogether.

Furry Companions

You may not want to shoo Baxter off your bed but making it an off-limits zone will increase your restful sleep and prevent pre-existing allergies or asthma from flaring up.

Alcohol

Sure, alcohol can help you relax and become a bit drowsy but drinking before bed can disrupt your natural sleep cycle and limit the amount of deep, restful sleep you need.

Work

If you must have a desk or work area in your bedroom, use a screen or curtain to keep it out of view from your bed. Avoid working in bed, especially late at night.

Halogen Lightbulbs

Halogen lights get very hot and can be a fire hazard when covered by fabric, paper, or other flammable objects. Stick to safer, energy-efficient LED bulbs, especially in the bedroom.

Space Heaters

Space heaters pose another fire hazard if left running overnight. If you must use one, shut it off before hitting the sack.  

Consider this – if you really need a space heater in your bedroom, either your heating system is faltering or you could benefit from an extra zone that would add heat to your bedroom without wasting heat elsewhere in your house. Space heaters are fine for filling a temporary need but are not the right long-term solution. Contact Correct Temp today for the help you need for feeling warm and comfortable, throughout your home, night and day.

How to Sleep Better at Night