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How to Get an Amazing Night of Sleep

Sleep is essential for living a healthy, prosperous life. We’ve all had those nights filled with twists and turns, trying to get a wink of shuteye. Then, the next day was filled with a pounding headache and a lack of motivation to do anything. With that said, sleep is extremely important, which is why you should never skimp on it.

To get an amazing night of sleep every night, you need to make sure you take care of your body and create a bedroom environment that’s conducive to sleeping. Keep reading to learn how to get an amazing night of sleep, every night.

Revamp your bedroom

Your bedroom is where you catch your Zzzs, so special considerations need to be made when designing your sleeping sanctuary. This means you have a comfortable mattress, limited distractions, and soft bedding that can help whisk you away to dreamland every night. Some tips for designing a bedroom for a great sleep include: 


  • Memory foam or hybrid mattress: You spend a third of your life sleeping, so it pays to invest in a quality mattress. A memory foam mattress is made from memory foam, which has the ability to match the contours of your body to reduce stress on pressure points. Memory foam mattresses also have low-motion transfer, which means if you switch sides at night or get up to use the restroom, your partner won’t budge. A hybrid mattress, such as the Layla Hybrid Mattress, fuses together the properties of memory foam mattresses and innerspring mattresses. Hybrid mattresses are perfect for sleepers who prefer the traditional mattress feel, but need added comfort to relieve back, neck, shoulder, and hip pain.


  • Weighted blanket: If you lie awake at night with stressful thoughts running through your mind, you may want to invest in a weighted blanket. Weighted blankets use deep-touch pressure, which provides a gentle hug that relieves stress and anxiety, and helps you fall asleep quicker and deeper.


  • Bamboo bedding: For those who wake up in a puddle of sweat at night, switch from cotton sheets to cooling bamboo sheets. Bamboo is more absorbent than cotton, which means sweat will be transported away from your body to keep you cool. Even better, viscose from bamboo resists odor, is 3 degrees cooler than cotton, and uses 200X less water than cotton to be produced, which means it’s good for the environment, too.

Bring in nature

One of the hottest home design and decoration trends this year is bringing nature indoors. House plants, such as ferns, snake plants, spider plants, bamboo, ivy, and succulents not only spruce up any room they’re placed, they also have many proven health benefits. House plants are shown to reduce stress, purify the air by removing toxins, improve mood, and help you sleep better at night. If you’re looking for an easy way to customize your bedroom while helping you fall asleep better, place some indoor plants by your bedside.

Limit distractions

You may have the coziest bed, but if you have loud neighbors or live on a busy street, you might find it impossible to fall asleep. Your sleeping sanctuary should be free from distractions. One way to do so is with a white noise machine. A white noise machine will drown out any distracting noises, such as your children watching TV, noisy upstairs neighbors, or the sounds of the city outside. You can choose between many calming noises, such as waves, the forest, or static. Limiting distractions is a great way to make your living space more comfortable.


Your physical surroundings aren’t the only thing that determines how well you sleep at night. How you take care of your body also plays an important role. Exercising during the day for at least an hour increases your body temperature. When you’re done exercising and your body temperature begins to drop, it can help your body fall asleep. 

Additionally, exercise can adjust your body’s internal clock, or circadian rhythm. Your circadian rhythm is your sleep-wake cycle and is heavily influenced by natural light. Logging a run outside in the morning or early afternoon will increase your body’s production of serotonin, which regulates your sleep cycle. Or, you can go for a bike ride, hike nearby trails, do hill repeats, or any other outdoor activity.

Time for bed

Sleep is essential for your well-being. With this guide on hand, you’ll be able to transform your life by getting an amazing night of sleep, every night. 



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