Friday, June 18, 2021

What can you do to make your bedroom more relaxing? 10 tips.

A warm, cozy, and comfortable bedroom environment encourages healthy sleep and productivity. To keep safe during the quarantine and the coronavirus outbreak, we all had to stay at home, work from home, and study from home. At home, a relaxing bedroom atmosphere will help you focus and connect more. Use the following tips to make your bedroom more relaxing:

1. Orange your room. 
Arrange your room and it very neat. This promotes a more relaxed healthy, and welcoming atmosphere.  

2. Freshen Up the Walls.
A great vibrant wall colour would lighten your mood, create a great contrast and give a unique look.

3. Pillowcases should be kept fresh at all times.
Wash your pillowcases and always change them. This will also help keep your skin bacteria-free. Sleeping on dirty beddings can promote skin infection. Use vibrant colours to promote liveliness in the room.

4. Make sure your bedside table is ready.
Get everything you'll need at your reach before going to bed and during the night so you don't have to leave your room.

5. Get Rid of things that you are not using in your room
Having too many items in your room can create space for rodents and insects to dwell. This can also restrict airflow, limit easy asses to things and create an unpleasing sleeping environment.

6. Keep flowers inside your room
Keeping flowers in your bedroom helps to purify the air in your room by absorbing and retaining some of these pollutants and releasing oxygen, resulting in cleaner air. Not all flowers are suitable for indoor use; research the flower before buying it.

7. Use soft blankets

8. Use calming bulbs/lights
Warm light is soothing and relaxing, allowing people to relax and prepare for sleep. Blue spectrum in Cool White and Daylight aids people in being awake, productive, and alert, as well as improving moods.

9. Light up candles
Scenting candles stimulates our limbic system, which houses our memory and emotions. To assist control mood, hormones such as serotonin and dopamine can be produced. As a result of the link between odours, memories, and emotions, our emotional state is altered."

10. Block out light using blackout curtains
Blackout curtains block light from entering into a room to prevent light distraction.

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