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Practical Tips To Get Adequate Sleep At Night

Practical Tips To Get Adequate Sleep At Night

By: Alicia Rennoll

Around 35% of Americans don’t get the recommended seven hours of sleep each night. Sleeping well is not only good for your health, it also lowers your risks for certain diseases, reduces stress, and improves your mood. If you find it difficult to get a decent amount of sleep, consider The Bed Tent, as well as improving your bed design, and adapting your sleeping conditions to achieve better and longer sleep hours.

Modify Your Bed And Adjust Sleeping Conditions

Everyone sleeps in different ways. For example, children might find it scary to sleep alone in a big room or in the dark. Other factors that might affect sleep quality include room temperature, bedding, and noise. One solution is to get a canopy tent that you can easily mount on your bed. It provides privacy, reduces light and noise, and offers a cozy atmosphere with its snug fit. The amount of light and airflow can also be adjusted with mesh windows that zip up or down easily making it less daunting for kids who are afraid of the darkness.

In addition to a comfortable room temperature, bedding must also be soft, provide warmth, yet not overheat your body. Bed linen made of synthetic fabrics are the hottest, while cotton is the freshest. Don’t forget that clean bedding also makes a difference to the quality of sleep, with 73% agreeing that they get a more comfortable sleep on fresh sheets in a National Sleep Foundation (NSF) survey.

The Right Bed And Mattress Design Matters

A comfortable mattress is very important to achieving a good night’s sleep, and over 90% of respondents in the NSF survey acknowledged this. Get a suitable mattress to complement your bed design. If you’re having trouble choosing the right one, read objective mattress reviews to see your options. Different types of mattress designs affect sleep quality, pain reduction, and spine alignment.

The frame of the bed that goes with your mattress must also be well-designed, even if you may be tempted to choose one solely on the basis of its pleasing appearance. The bed's structure must be able to support your needs when sleeping. It should be able to hold your weight and length, especially if you're tall or heavy. Platform frames are good options, allowing air circulation under the mattress due to the slats. They also reduce the occurrence of mold and mildew that may become health hazards.

Sleeping better and longer has become a challenge for everyone. However, by paying attention to your bed design, mattress, and sleeping conditions, sleeping well might not be an elusive dream anymore.