While sleep is quite integral for each person’s well-being and holistic health, it doesn’t come effortlessly to most people. It's quite tiresome and saddening to toss around in bed all night only to reach the morning time more tired, grumpy, and irritable.
Large cities such as Los Angeles have a tendency to make life feel rushed, especially when traffic makes what should be a 10-minute drive home a much longer hour-long drive. That's valuable time out of the day! It's no wonder more than a third of Americans aren't getting enough sleep. You need restful sleep so your body can repair, replenish, and prepare for the next day. If you're struggling to get enough sleep, which experts say should be about seven or eight hours, here are some tips to help you create a sleep-friendly home.
When thinking about the amount of sleep you get nightly, you may feel that poor sleep is directly the result of a flat pillow or a dated mattress. While these are common causes of poor sleep, these are not the only reasons why you may not be getting a good night's rest. All too often, the quality of sleep we get is based on simple things. Consider starting with these cost-effective adjustments to your nightly habits before investing in a high-priced new mattress.