Creating a Healthy Bedroom for a Good Night’s Sleep
How well do you sleep?
Medical research in the last 20 years has revealed that a good night’s sleep is essential for living a healthy life. It is necessary for
- Strengthening your immune system
- Balancing mood, emotional wellbeing and a positive outlook in life
- Supporting your brain function, mental clarity, concentration and memory
- Establishing children’s healthy development
- Regulating metabolism and appetite and reducing weight gain
- Boosting productivity and creativity
- Preventing long term health issues such as diabetes, heart disease and obesity.
At the most basic level, sleep is vital for giving you the energy to enjoy your day and get the most out of it.
It is therefore essential to make sure your bedroom supports a good night’s sleep.
Your bedroom is the most important place in your home, and therefore in your life, for supporting your health.
How to make your bedroom healthy
- Reduce electromagnetic fields
- Avoid geopathic stress
- Manage lighting and darkness
- Choose a metal-free bed and mattress.
- Provide good ventilation coupled with healthy indoor air
- Find the right supportive position for your bed in the room.
- Create a clear energetic space, free of heavy imprinted energies.
The cause of sleep issues can be personal and wide ranging but making your bedroom a healthy place can be what makes all the difference.
Are you missing out on a deep restful night? Want to wake feeling refreshed?
A revealing question to ask yourself is: Do you sleep better when you’re away from home?
Is there anyone in your family who regularly sleeps badly or wakes feeling exhausted?
Do your children bed-wet, sleepwalk or have regular nightmares?
Do you have a baby who cries all night?
Are you reluctant to go to bed?
Do you wake in the night and long to be somewhere else?
Do you want to escape from your bed to the living room sofa, the spare room, or even the garden?
With a few changes your bedroom can be a place you feel good about, where you feel comfortable and supported to dive into deep restful sleep.
Children who sleep well are more likely to do better at school, have fewer behavioural problems and a lower risk of obesity
By creating a healthy bedroom environment and supporting your best possible sleep, you also strengthen yourself to deal with the many unhealthy environments outside your home that you’re exposed to during waking hours – at your workplace, on the train, in public places.
Making your bedroom a place for supportive sleep and a healthy life.
Creating a Healthy Bedroom
This is a review of all the bedrooms in your home, with checks and recommendations to make sure they are supportive places for you and your family to get a good night’s sleep.