Creating a Good Sleep Environment

A good night’s sleep is as important for your overall well-being as a healthy diet. If you don’t get enough sleep, both your physical and mental health may suffer. Therefore, you should never compromise on your beauty sleep. In fact, make a routine to get a proper 7 – 8-hour of sleep. To help you sleep better, we present you with our tops tips on how to create a sleep-friendly environment.

So, let’s get right to it!

1.    Keep the Room Dark

For that, you will need to reduce light exposure, so switch off lights in your room, bathroom, or hallway at night. When preparing to take a nap during the day, keep natural light from coming in. For that, you can use curtains, a room darkening window treatment, or simply wear an eye mask.

2.    Go for a Cozy Bedspread

A perfect bedspread can be highly conducive to sleep. You can find a perfect bedspread in many styles such as blankets, comforters, duvet covers, or throws. These bed accessories offer extra warmth and coziness, creating a perfectly good sleep environment.

3.    Use Essential Oils

Essential oils can help you relax and unwind. It can further help you combat poor or troubled sleep. You can spray a nice, soothing essential oil in your room before going to bed. You can also try essential oil aromatherapy. This will calm you physically and mentally and will put you to sleep instantly. You can also rub a few drops of essential oil on your bedsheets or pillows. This will make your bed smelling fresh and wonderful.

Some of the best essential oils for better sleep are lavender oil, sandalwood oil, chamomile oil, ylang-ylang oil, and sage oil.

4.    Pick the Right Pillow

You should know what type of pillow suits you to enjoy a comfortable sleep.

If you’re a side sleeper, you should consider a firm and thick pillow. Stomach sleepers may find a cushiony pillow ideal while back sleepers may need a flat pillow to keep their head and neck aligned. However, you can have any kind of pillow preference.

Apart from the perfect pillow, having a comfortable mattress is equally important. So, make sure you get both the pillow and mattress that suit you and your body!

5.    Choose Sleep-Inducing Room Color

Paint your room with a soothing color that helps you sleep at day or night – whenever you want.

The best paint shades to opt for are gray, green, lavender, or light blue. You can also go for neutral colors such as white, beige, brown, or off-white.

If you’re a light sleeper or stay awake lost in your thoughts, you should try creating a good sleep environment by following our above-mentioned tips. So, go ahead, and try a few (or all!) of these sleep-conducive suggestions!

 

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