To sleep well it is important that the bedroom is a space dedicated to sleep, a tidy room, a minimalist decoration, and a maximum temperature of 18 ° are the basic rules to ensure a perfect sleep!

Create a space entirely dedicated to sleep

Depending on the size of your home, it is more or less easy to create an uncluttered space in your bedroom, especially when you have to integrate the baby’s bed into its space or when the bedroom is also used as an office in case you work from home... But it is still important to respect certain rules to ensure a good night’s sleep.
Clear the air and create a uncluttered atmosphere, with no decorative knick-knacks, no mirrors and above all, no clutter! Put your clothes away in a closet or chest of drawers so that nothing clutters your space or your mind!
If you have to use your bedroom as a work space, make sure you put everything away at the end of the day to return the room to its main function: a room for sleeping.
Of course, remove the computer and the television...

Watch the temperature!

The ideal temperature for a good night’s sleep is 18°, so it is not necessary to heat your room above this temperature, as this could be detrimental to the quality of your sleep. Equip yourself with a warm, comfortable duvet and a pretty bed linen set made of natural materials: peaceful nights guaranteed!
Did you know that a too high temperature in the bedroom is often the cause of migraines in the morning and a foggy feeling in the mind.
In summer, sleep with the window open and the shutters closed if possible to prevent the temperature from rising too much during the night.

Ventilate your bedroom everyday

The air we breathe is sometimes more polluted indoors than outdoors! This pollution is partly caused by paints, glues contained in certain furniture, home perfumes and household cleaners. It is therefore imperative to air your home, and particularly your bedroom, every day, in winter as well as in summer. If you live in a city or near a busy road, be sure to open your windows when the traffic is lightest.
To help you fall asleep, ventilate again 5 or 10 minutes before going to bed.