Countless studies have demonstrated over and over again the importance of sleep for a healthy lifestyle. Good sleep allows our minds and bodies to recover the energy they need to function throughout the day. However, the place we retreat to for a good night’s sleep can also be the place that keeps us from it. Color, temperature, technology; there are many factors that can have an impact on your sleep cycle. If the layout of your bedroom doesn’t take these into consideration, it can lead to a space that is more likely to keep you awake than soothe you to sleep.
Temperature is very important when it comes to sleeping. Having a bedroom that’s too hot or too cold can make it extremely uncomfortable and hard to fall asleep. Finding ways to keep it cool during the summer and warm during the winter should be considered every time the seasons change. Light can also play a large role in the quality of your sleep, especially the light from electronic devices. As much as it pains some people to do so, it’s a much better idea to keep out the TV and laptops from the bedroom for the sake of a better night’s sleep. Amerisleep.com offers 9 Ways to Optimize Your Bedroom for Better Sleep in the link below.