You have been there – you have slept in a motel/hotel room or slept at a friend’s house. And in at least one of those places, it just wasn’t easy to get to sleep. Something was so different from what you were comfortable with, that you had trouble adjusting.
Maybe it was the other way around – you slept somewhere other than your own bed and you slept great, better than you usually do!
It all has to do with your sleeping environment.
Bears hide away in dens. Rabbits nestle in warrens. People retreat to their bedrooms. Sleep experts agree that, like many animals, we need quiet, darkness, cool room temperatures, and general comfort to get plenty of good, refreshing sleep.
Create a sleep-friendly bedroom
If you’re looking for some easy and quick things you can do to get a better night’s sleep, you need look no further than your own bedroom. Your bedroom environment, in fact, profoundly affects the quality of your sleep. Sleep scientists agree that a good sleep environment is dark, quiet, comfortable, and cool.
Click the link above or HERE to read about the factors involved in making you bedroom a veritable oasis where you sleep your best.
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