You spend nearly a third of your life asleep, which makes your bedroom one of the most used spaces in your home. To get the high-quality sleep you want and need, your bedroom has to be your sleep sanctuary. That place where you can escape the pressure and stress of the outside world so your mind and body can relax. There are many ways you can prepare yourself for sleep but here are a few we love.
Samantha Kent is a researcher for SleepHelp.org. Her favorite writing topic is how getting enough sleep can improve your life. Currently residing in Boise, Idaho, she sleeps in a California King bed, often with a cat on her face.Read More