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Rest and quality sleep are essential parts of your well-being and health. There are many factors that contribute to a good night’s sleep with a relaxing bedroom setting being one of the most important. An environment that allows you to be able to fall asleep and stay asleep consistently is a vital aspect of quality rest. To help you optimize your sleep, we’ve created a list of factors to consider as you create your ideal sleep environment:

Temperature

Your body goes through a cycle consisting of four stages of sleep. As your body enters a deep level of sleep, your core temperature cools down. Having a warmer body temperature helps keep your body alert and less likely to fall into the deeper stages of sleep. Most people have different preferences for whether they want a room hot or cold while they sleep, but studies have shown that the appropriate room temperature for quality sleep is 60-68 degrees. For those who like their bedroom to be slightly warmer as they sleep, this may seem too cold. As we move on to discuss bedding in our next tip, you will come to see that there are ways to help contrast the cooler temperature.

Mattress and Bedding

When it comes to mattresses and bedding, preferences vary for everyone. Body weight and sleeping position are also factors to consider when choosing a mattress. It is important that you find the perfect mattress that will allow you to get the best sleep. Our experts care about your quality of sleep and will actively work to help you find a mattress that will help you get your best sleep yet.

Along with your mattress, bedding is a very important factor for a good night’s sleep. If you tend to feel hot while you sleep, you may want to consider a lighter, thinner comforter. Similarly, if you tend to feel colder as you sleep, a heavier, thicker comforter would be the best choice for optimal sleep.

Choosing the right sheets to go along with your mattress and bedding is equally important. Sheets are the closest thing to your body while you sleep, so it is important to choose the best sheets for you. Things to consider include fabric textures, preferred sleeping temperature, and fiber content. Sheets also vary in thread count and weave types. There are different types for every price range. Washing your sheets at least every two weeks will not only keep them sanitized but comfy as well. Not to mention, having clean sheets before sleep can be something you're excited to get in bed for.

Lighting

Your sleep cycle is heavily influenced by light. If you find that your room is too bright to stay asleep, you can fix this issue with blackout or thicker material curtains. It can also be helpful to wait to turn off your lights until you feel sleepy, which will eventually create a signal in your brain that it is time to go to sleep. Light causes your brain to send signals throughout your body to control organs as if it is a more active time of day, causing you to stay awake.

The same goes for the blue light that comes from your electronic devices. This type of light disrupts the natural production of melatonin in your body which then affects your ability to fall asleep. It is best to eliminate the use of electronic lights about an hour before bed to help ensure quality sleep.

Noise

Exposure to noise affects your sleep and prevents you from entering into a deeper sleep stage. Regardless of whether you are woken up during the night, these sounds will inevitably affect the quality of your sleep. According to the Sleep Foundation, noise during the night can cause your body to produce extra hormones like adrenaline and cortisol. This can also elevate your heart rate and blood pressure.

Making sure your appliances and devices aren’t making any unwanted noises during the night is an important step in preparing your sleep area. Adding soft surfaces to your room like rugs or blankets can help to decrease the amount of noise in your room. Another way to prevent your sleep from being disturbed is to invest in a white noise machine or turn on a fan. These create a masking effect to block out the sudden, inconsistent sounds that keep you from falling asleep.

Making sure your sleep setting is ideal for getting the best quality sleep is important. Here at Wholesale Mattress Company, we have a variety of mattresses that can help you get your best night’s sleep. Our team will help you find the best fit to complete your perfect bedroom environment. Stop by our store or contact us to find a mattress that will help you to achieve your sleep comfort at your price range!

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