Tuesday, October 3, 2017
How to Get Better Sleep—The Effects of a Nice Bed, an Adjustable Bed Base and More
A good night's sleep offers a great deal of benefits—it helps improve concentration, memory, agility and endurance. It recharges your body and prepares it for another stressful day. You can perform your daily chores and continue with your DLA more efficiently when you have enough sleep.
Unfortunately, there are many things that can prevent you from having a good night’s sleep, including too much brightness, noisy neighborhood and poor personal hygiene. Following are simple tips that can help you get rid of these hindrances.
REDUCE THE BRIGHTNESS IN YOUR ROOM
Light can interfere with your ability to sleep. Although some people can’t sleep with the lights on, the majority prefer sleeping in a dimly lit, if not completely dark, room. You don’t really have to turn all the lights off; you just have to reduce their brightness to a level that your eyes can tolerate and not get distracted. If the light is coming from outside, consider installing a curtain or blinds to keep light out. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2mHKvRX