The condition of our health is very closely related to our sleeping habits, but we often fail to recognize the most important factors that affect the quality of our sleep in the first place. If you have not been able to sleep as well as you would have liked recently, go through the following five important factors that could be responsible for that.
The Lighting in Your Bedroom
Dark rooms help us sleep faster and better because that’s just how human beings and other diurnal creatures function, so that should be your priority when it’s time to sleep. Make an active effort to blot out all sources of external light by using heavy, dark curtains on your windows and try sleeping without a night light. Something that a lot of people don’t take into account while sleeping is that the glow from electronics, such as routers, phones, tablets, etc. can also disrupt your sleep because even if you are using a sleep mask and you can’t see the light or glow coming from the electronics in your room, your body’s photoreceptors can still sense them.
People sleep better when the temperature is comfortable and either extreme can make sleeping hard. Of course, the HVAC system is supposed to help you with that and it often does. Just make sure that the room temperature is somewhere between 66-degrees to 72-degrees Fahrenheit.
As long as you are using a phone, tablet, TV, laptop or monitor before going to bed, there’s a high chance that it will either keep you up longer than you intend to or it will affect the quality of your sleep. Most electronic displays come with a blue light filter these days, which users can turn on to reduce the negative impact on your sleep, but it still is a better idea to refrain from looking at any display just before going to bed.READ MORE…..
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