Skip to Content

How to Turn Your Bedroom into a Better Sleeping Space

How to Turn Your Bedroom into a Better Sleeping Space

Do you have difficulty sleeping inside your bedroom? Do you feel more distracted than relaxed when you are entering your sleeping space?

Your bedroom should be a place where you can chill and relax at the end of the day. If you don’t feel at ease, then your room is not conducive for sleep.

We all need to have a good night’s rest – that’s a given. We need to meet the required hours of sleep to be fully functional. When you are sleep-deprived, you would consequently be lethargic. When you’re in that state, you are easily distracted and won’t be able to focus.

Who wants that to happen? You really do need to get some proper sleep. So, how will you turn your room into a better sleeping space then?

Replace your mattress. – The status of your mattress will affect the quality of your sleep. If you have been using your mattress for a very long time already, like about between 7 to 10 years – you should be replacing it already.

Mattresses aren’t meant to be used for your entire lifetime – even the best ones in the market. They have to be replaced every few years as well. Your mattress will eventually sag and be lumpy through the years.

When your mattress is in that state, your body won’t be supported well.  You might wake up sore and aching all over. You might even shift positions continuously during your sleep because the bed is uncomfortable. In short, you will not have an easy time sleeping.

Change mattress when it is due. When you feel it’s quite a burden to get one because of the size, order online. You can even get a mattress in a box, it’s just your usual mattress order just compressed into a compact package.

When buying online though, check out the seller’s website for more information on returns and warranties just in case you have a concern.

Put away your clutter. – Your stuff scattered inside your room could probably distract you from sleeping. If your stuff is all over, you might be triggered to clean up, fix things even when it’s time for bed already.

So, put away your things right away. Make it a habit to continuously tidy up your room. The clutter shouldn’t be distracting you.

This goes for your unfinished projects inside your bedroom as well. Put them away even when they are still in progress. Use container bins or canisters to organize your stuff.

Use blackout curtains. – If you have big glass windows, you probably have plenty of natural lighting during the day. Well, that’s a good thing and a bad thing at the same time.

You will have lots of natural lighting within the day that will keep the room bright and you will save on electricity. However, especially on summer where the days are longer, you would still have light coming in even if it’s late already.

What would you do if you enjoy the lighting during the day, but you find it a hassle at night? Get blackout curtains. You can pull them down at the end of the day to control the lighting coming in. It effectively keeps the room darker, therefore signaling your body that it’s time for sleep already.

Getting enough quality sleep is important. Your bedroom can make or break that. These are just a few tips on how you can convert your room to a better sleeping space. Do you have any tips also in keeping your room sleep-friendly?

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.