Main Advertiser Tracking Tag:

For guaranteed quality and exceptional service call us today on 0800 146 786

Blog

Cassia White Bi Fold

 Find Your Calming Partnering

There is growing evidence of a connection between adequate sleep and mental health. Although the exact nature of the relationship is still being explored, psychiatrists suggest a good night’s sleep helps support both mental and emotional resilience, while chronic sleep disruptions set the stage for negative thinking. A lack of sleep is also associated with greater risk for depression.

In response to our demanding lifestyles a sense of calm can be created by simply using colour, neutral palettes with textures. Greys produce a feeling of serenity and relaxation, whites relate to a sense of purity and cleanliness mixed together produce a calm and natural look.

 

How to Get Your Best Night’s Sleep
A serene bedroom doesn’t just look soothing it sets the tone for relaxed evenings and a good night’s sleep.

Consider these tips:

  1. A great mattress makes all the difference
  2. Buy good sheets and change them as often as you can
  3. Choose your pillow carefully.
  4. Make the bed a sleep only space.

Sometimes it is easy to convert your bed into an all-purpose area. Eating in bed, watching TV in bed, or even working in bed can make it more difficult for you to sleep at night.

       5.  Make sleep a priority, simply deciding that getting at least 8 hours of sleep a night is going to be one of your health priorities can go a long way. Resist putting work or household chores ahead of sleep.

       6. Keep your room cool. The temperature of your bedroom also affects sleep. Most people sleep best in a slightly cool room (around 65° F or 18° C) with adequate ventilation. A bedroom that is too hot or too cold can interfere with quality sleep.

Get the Look From Betta Livings accessory website. 

 blog picture   

 

 

 

 

 

 

Leave a comment * required fields




We use cookies to give you the best experience via personalisation and for collecting anonymous data, with which we use to improve our website.