Good sleep and its impacts of healthy body and sound mind can not be overemphasized.
There have been several studies on the need to maintain healthy sleep in order to live an healthy life.
Even among entrepreneurs who spend most of their time on business growth, good sleep is never subscribed for anything else.
While there are required number of hours, according to age group that can be said to make a good sleep, our focus is not on this today.
The focus today is how to make your bedroom conducive for sound sleep.
Proper Humidity for good Sleep
The humidity should be between 40-60%, says healthpally boss.
It is advisable to measure the humidity with a so-called hygrometer before going to bed and after getting up.
What to do if the humidity is too high?
- Do not sleep with the window open or heat the bedroom
- You can fill a bowl with salt to regulate the humidity in the sleeping area
- If the humidity is permanently too high, you should think about getting a dehumidifier
How can the humidity be increased?
- Put a bowl of water in your bedroom, changing the water regularly so that germs don’t build-up
- Ventilate the bedroom in the morning and evening for about a quarter of an hour
- There is also the option of placing a professional humidifier in the bedroom
Are plants Harmful in the Bedroom?
The right plants for the bedroom
It is well known that plants convert the carbon dioxide they absorb into oxygen when exposed to light.
The plant stops this process in the dark. At night, plants absorb oxygen and give off carbon dioxide.
So in a way, they breathe the oxygen away from us. That’s one reason plants shouldn’t be in the bedroom, healthpally advised.
However, the plants’ need for oxygen is so low that they can never breathe all the oxygen away.
But some reasons speak for plants in the bedroom.
On the one hand, they transform the room directly into an oasis of wellbeing and also evaporate moisture and free the air of pollutants.
There are even plants that improve the air even at night.
These five plants are allowed to move into the bedroom:
- A leaf
- Aloe vera
- Bow hemp
Which Floor Fits in the Bedroom?
Try to furnish your bedroom as puristically as possible by avoiding dust catchers.
Do you love your huge bookshelf next to your bed? Then dust the book spines regularly, for example with the soft nozzle from Kobold.
This makes dusting as easy as vacuuming. When it comes to flooring, you can let off steam.
Floors for your bedroom:
- Carpet: soft and warm under your bare feet
- Cork: pleasantly warm to the feet and easy to clean
- Parquet: moisture regulating and room climate improvement
- Linoleum: soft and resistant to mold
- Wooden floor: long-lasting and natural
- Laminate: easy to care for and robust
- Vinyl flooring:noise-absorbing and easy to clean
Not only as an allergy sufferer, but you should also make sure to clean your floor regularly and deeply, healthpally doctor advised.
Because when you take off your dirty clothes or when you shake the beds, the smallest grains of dust fly to the floor.
With our cleaning tips for hard floors but also different carpets, your bedroom will always be clean and comfortable.
Are Pets allowed to go to Bed?
If you can’t do without your fluffy roommate in the bedroom either, you should stick to a few simple rules.
It is well known that animals make dirt, whether it is the leftovers from their last walk or the hair of a cat
Rmove pet hair from the floor, bed, and blankets regularly.
If the animal is only in the bedroom during the day, you could place a bedspread on your bed to avoid coarse dirt on the mattress, pillow, or duvet.
It is also advisable to change the bed linen more often.
If possible, the animals should not be in the cot
Much has been said about the psychological aspects of enhancing your sleep.
Managing stress, depression at work and when you get home can help you to sleep better.
However, it seems we address less the environmental factors, the bedroom set-up especially to help improving sound sleep.
That’s what we seek to address today and we hope you enjoy this piece.