Do you feel sleep deprived? Have you pulled one to many all-nighters and you can’t seem to catch up on your sleep? Do you have trouble falling or staying asleep? When we don’t get enough snooze-time, we can become less creative, irritable, uncomfortable, and unfocused. Quality sleep is important and should be a part of our everyday lives. University Loft provides furniture that helps create an atmosphere that aids in good slumber. We also can offer some helpful information. Here are 7 tips to better sleep.
The Caffeine Effect
Caffeine comes in many food and drink items. Sometimes we don’t even realize we are consuming it. Though it effects people differently, it can make falling asleep harder, or you might find yourself waking up and not being able to go back to sleep. Curtail your caffeine intake for better slumber.
Let It Shine
Bright light and natural sunlight during the day will help keep your body clock in order. Plan to spend some time outside. Take regular walks. Have your lunch under a shade tree when the weather permits. Meet with friends in an outdoor setting.
While daytime naps of 30 minute or less are great for refreshing the brain, taking a nap that is longer than that can prove to be harmful to your sleep. They can throw your internal clock off and make it harder to sleep through the night.
Make Your Bedroom Epic
The Makers of Cool have the goods to make your bedroom into a place of solace. Start with an amazing Uloft bed. It doesn’t matter if you go with solid wood or wood and metal blends, University Loft carries both types. We also make it super easy to arrange the bed the way you like. Prop yourself up with the right type of pillow and you will relax in comfort.
On your Uloft nightstand, keep a lamp and a good book so you can read until you get sleepy but don’t forget to turn off the lights.
Set your thermostat at a comfortable temperature and turn off the noise.
Exercising regularly is a great way to aid in your slumber. It also helps you relieve stress and strengthen your body.
Put the Phone Away
Back in the day, people communicated by notes or face-to-face. Life was slower and much different from today as we can communicate with the world at a touch of a button. However, with notifications sounding off, your sleep can be compromised. In addition, the blue light on our devices can also plague slumber. When ready for bed, store your devices away from where you sleep. Night, night.
A good mattress will make all the difference. ULC builds mattresses for comfort and durability. Each spring is wrapped individually for the strength which extends the life of the mattress.
We also offer a Mattress Rotation Program that can fit into your schedule and aid in a longer life for your mattress.
Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone in 1876. This enabled two people to talk to each other without being face-to-face.
Would you like to see some of our outstanding furniture products? Check out our website. If you have any questions, you can contact us here or give us a call at 800-423-LOFT (5638). Do you need something quickly? Ask about our Quick Ship Program. We would love to do business with you.
Founder and owner of University Loft Company James N. Jannetides’ original vision for loft beds was only the beginning of the furniture products offered. Because we want the best for our customers, we are committed to producing top-quality furniture that provides the best value. We are innovators manufacturing products to improve student residence and boarding school furniture, off-campus and military housing, apartment and new development furnishing, municipalities, and multi-family unit housing.
Until next time ~ Ginger Bock
*Though most of these tips are backed up by health experts, they are only suggestions and not intended as medical advice.