The average person requires around six to nine hours of sleep every night according to several health institutions and societies. You get have an immediate effect on your overall health, memory and alertness factors like the amount and quality of sleep. To help you sleep off a day of work and relax, your bedroom needs to be comfortable enough.

De-Electronics-ize

Before going to sleep you have to unplugged, iPhone, laptop, TV and any other electronics that might enter your bedroom. Electronics also supposedly emit rays that can affect your health and sleep, so keep your phone as far away from your bed as possible.

Clean up

Get rid of books, paperwork and magazines that can drive you down a stressed road. Before you get to bed, clean up your thoughts and books should be place where you relax, not in your bedroom.

Lights Off

Keep your bedroom as dark as possible and work on keeping the air conditioner on before you hit the sack. For more, keep an extra pillow beneath your head and aid your eyes.

Volume Down

Keep away alarm clocks that tick on your head. Lock up your windows and attempt to keep it as quiet as possible and close the doors if you’ve got a noisy family that likes to walk around after you go to bed.

Upsize Your Comfort

When getting your bedrooms walls painted, pick colours that are soothing such as yellows, greens, blues and tans and choose a comfortable mattress and pick pillows and bedding that appeal to you.