According to various online surveys and reports, insomnia is the most common sleep disorder among adults. Almost 30% of adults suffer from insomnia and 10 % from chronic insomnia. Several variables may lead to problems of sleep. However, that re-evaluation of our living spaces should be drug-free to combat insomnia, as well as our bedrooms, are one of the challenges.

     Put Sleep First

The first phase in the evaluation of a bedroom is to remove anything we don't need, as disturbance may trigger tension and anxiety. This involves stuff under the bed that we carry. "It's still noisy, even though it's out of vision. Just store products associated with sleep ( pillows, bedsheets, etc) if you are low on storage space. Excessive collections, electronics, unfolded clothes, workout equipment, bill shelves, and all work shall be removed. Neat certain things that have to be left.

     Hide Electronics

Electronics from the bedroom are often best to be removed. Not just because their light will disturb sleep, but also because it is noisy. There should not be cable boxes, digital alarm and other gadgets in the room. However, it isn't always practical, since it totally masks everything, it is easier to add a custom pop-up or drop-down TV lift.

     Choose Colors Conducive To Sleep

Colour is really helpful in making a relaxing and quiet room just to sleep. If you don't know, colour psychology is the ability to generate those emotions or feelings according to a chosen shade or palette. Set the decor of your room with the colours you like and that make you feel light. A good quality rug in the bedroom with soothing colours can also be a great addition. Give your room the minimal appearance, and for that purpose a combination of White and Green accents can be a great choice.

We would suggest you to avoid painting dark colours in your room. However, it totally depends upon your choice because dark colours can also make it easier to sleep during day time. But, for some people dark colours can be a reason to feel depressed.

     Sleep On A Good Mattress

A decent mattress should benefit your sleep such that your wellbeing can improve. We still spend hours on mattresses every day and would therefore be of utmost importance to invest in quality and comfortability. Keep in mind that the mattress you choose must provide both comfort and support. Also, look for the size that suits you the best.

Another aspect to remember is age. As we grow older, the skin becomes less flexible and more sensitive at points of strain. Therefore, for older people, more "plush" mattresses will be convenient.

     Choose Proper Bedding

In sleep, bedding plays a significant part. It's always connected with comfort and cleanliness that is why we choose white bedding. If you decide to reach the hay in due time because of fresh, tidy white covers, then it's worth it. Hot sleepers should find linens built to remain cool, for example, the recently released My Sheets Rock bamboo rayon. The certified Oeko-Tex sheets are 50% less damp and 3-4 ° cooler than other cotton sheets.

We would also stress upon making the bed every single day. This can actually help us sleep better at night.   It's not just that our mothers have pampered us or because a bed is physically better. Turning a bed at bedtime is one of a variety of moves from an effective pre-sleep routine that lets us shift from wake to sleep. Crawling into a well-maintained bed at bedtime will produce a relaxed, soothing feeling.