It’s a difficult routine. You get back from work; you complete all your chores and get into bed. You wish you could just instantly fall asleep, but your mind starts racing as soon as you close your eyes. You’re thinking about rent, that problem at work, or your chores for tomorrow. When some time goes by, you look at the clock only to realize it’s getting late, and it’s unclear whether you’re anxious because you can’t fall asleep, or you can’t fall asleep because you’re anxious. The cycle is vicious: anxiety can cause sleep difficulties, but sleep problems can lead back to anxiety.
There’s nothing like the feeling of moving into a new home or re-decorating. You take time over choosing the perfect furniture, the color of the sofa and the right bathroom tiles. But when taking time to design the bedroom – it’s crucial to put extra thought into the way you set up your sleep space, rather than choosing the right colors or a unique design. How to improve sleep? Start with setting up the right sleep space.
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