How Your Bedroom Furniture Can Help Your Sleep Challenges
When your head hits the pillow at night do you fall fast asleep straight away or do you lie there restless with all the troubles of today and tomorrow jangling around inside your mind?
We all go to bed to get rest and relaxation and it is very frustrating when all these challenges churn around all night. So let us have a look at a couple of things we might be able to do too get more rested. Your sleep disorder may not be helped by these but they might be worth a try.
Firstly have a think what your bedroom is like. Maybe you have it painted in bright colors with lots of colorful pictures around and have your comforter emblazoned with bright images as well. If it is like this it will not help you to sleep well. The vibrant colors tend to stimulate your mind as you are getting into bed. This might be what is keeping you awake.
White or pastel colored furniture and bed sheets or comforters in your bedroom will almost certainly help this. It really can make a difference if you change the colors you have as your bedroom decoration.
If your room is small it may be that you feel a little claustrophobic there. Again lighter colors will make the room feel larger. Dark colors have a tendency to shrink it somewhat.
There are some more obvious things that you can look at first though. Is there a clock in the room which ticks infuriatingly. You do kind of get used to it but sometimes you still hear it in your sub-conscious. Get rid of it.
Is there a street light right outside your window that stays on all night. This is a little more difficult and may mean you need to get some thicker curtains or move to a back room. It may even be the opposite and it is too dark. Some people sleep better with a soft light on.
Anyway all I can say now is Goodnight and sleep well.…