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How to Sleep Better with These 4 Simple Room Changes?

How to Sleep Better with These 4 Simple Room Changes?

A suitcase there, a pile of clothes here and so many things everywhere: too often our bedroom becomes our personal dump ground. We know how hard it is to keep up with all the cleaning, but the problem is, too much mess can disrupt your sleeping routine. It clusters our room, prevents ventilation and can cause mental stress in us. Thankfully, we’ve got four simple tips and tricks that you could do now to have a better sleep tonight.

  • No TVs on your Bedroom

 It’s fun to watch television with your partner at night, but if you think that it can help you in drifting off to dreamland, think again! Research suggested that the blue light coming from the television can cause less production of the sleep hormone melatonin. As such, it becomes harder to fall asleep. This same thing also applies when you are using tablets and mobile phones.

  • Clean Up Under the Bed

When we are too busy to clean up, we cram everything under the bed, and if you are not going to clean up, then there can be more problems for you! The dirt and the things under your bed can block the air from circulating under your mattress. An average person can lose about 1.5 litres of sweat as the mattress absorbs the moisture. That’s why it is essential to have proper air ventilation under the bed and achieve a better sleep routine.

  • Invest in a Humidifier

Long hours being exposed to the air conditioning might lead you to experience some common winter problems including dry skin, chapped lips, and dry eyes. With that, you need to balance the use of your air conditioning by having a humidifier. An adequately humidified room can help to sleep better and address the symptoms you are experiencing. It can also be beneficial for people who have asthma and allergies as it helps to keep your airway moisturized.

  • Have Space in Your Window

As much as possible you have to clear the space in your window area. This allows you to open it full in the morning and let the air out from it regularly. This will let the oxygen to enter the room and the humid air to escape. Make sure to keep the air humidity at around 50% to achieve a better quality of your sleep.

With those things in mind, you can now settle down and have your peaceful sleep. For humidifier recommendations, see our full collection and find one that’s best for you!