Make Your Bedroom A Better Place to Rest

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Some people have the envious capability to be able to sleep almost anywhere, even in a room where there’s a loud music playing in the next door or directly exposed to the light. While not all of us do have this ability, so we have to make sure our bedroom is in a complete silence and darkness in order to shut off our mind enough during the rest hours. Here are some tips on how you can make your bedroom a comfortable and enjoyable to experience a real refreshing rest.

Human tend to rest better in a darker environment than a bright one, so you do want to make sure no direct light on your window or inside of your room when you rest. To keep you room dark is as simple as switching off the light. What you should worry about are those from the outside. This issue should be concerned by those who stay in the urban as street lamps are all along the road and some might just right in front of your window. Make no woe; a tinted UV window film does help. Although tinted window film is originally designed to prevent UV ray and cut down the penetrating of the sunlight, but it still works on reducing the light with the same principle. On the plus side, you enjoy a cool room during the steamy summer. Furthermore, you may use a fabric certain as it has the capability to absorb and reduce the penetration of light.

Now you have a dark environment and now you will need to work on the sound pollution. Some might work on sound proofing their room with specially – made wallpaper, door and curtain and it seem to be a huge project for an old house with a bunch of accumulated gear around. This could be the best way of all but not the convenience most. Instead of spending much effort on applying sound proof material in your room, try to build a natural fence. Plant a line of bushes around your property or grow them on your fence and as they grow, they’ll begin to block sound from your neighbours and the streets. Even this is still a big deal for you try just planting a few smaller bushes right in front of your windows. They’ll help to block sound from entering at these points. With this, you don’t only benefit from a quieter surrounding but also a greener one.

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