If you have a hard time falling or staying asleep at night, you have probably tried just about every over-the-counter and natural remedy available. Poor sleep quality has an adverse effect on your health. Even though you want to sleep, you just can’t seem to shut down your brain. Well, have you evaluated your bedroom? The environment could be what is affecting your mind before bed. Creating a tranquil space might be all that you need to stop counting sheep every night.

  1. Cascading Water Fountain – The most important element that your bedroom needs is a cascading water fountain. You are probably wondering how art will help you sleep, right? After all, you want to fall asleep, not watch a fountain. Well, it is the sound that a cascading water fountain makes that offers all the great benefits. The sound is soothing. It will relax your mind, so it is easier to fall asleep. Plus, the sound is definitely nice to wake up to in the morning.
  1. Organization Products – Are you having a hard time trying to find the connection between sleep quality and organization products? To create a tranquil space, you have to get rid of the clutter. If the last thing your eyes see before bed is a mess, it’s no surprise it continues to race. Buy the organizational products that you need to get rid of that cluttered look.
  1. TV Lift Cabinet – Ideally, you will have no electronics in the room. Electronics create a lot of negative energy. Not to mention, if you are trying to fall asleep while the television is still playing, this is probably the reason why your sleep pattern is so awful. If you must have a TV in the room, buy a TV lift cabinet, so your flat screen is hidden, when it’s not being used.
  1. Soft Lighting – Do you go from a bright light to complete darkness every night? This is a drastic transition. Lighting sets the mood in an environment, and soft lighting is inviting and comfortable. It will start to prepare your mind for the darkness to follow.
  1. Color Scheme – Some people have red, purple, and bright orange in their room, and have no problem falling asleep. Some are more sensitive to color than others. If this is the case with you, opt for shades of blue and green.
  1. Window Treatments – If you typically wake up at dawn even though you just went to bed a few hours before, you are probably just sensitive to the light. Your body has an internal clock that is affected by the sun rising and setting. You might need window treatments that do a better job of blocking the sun.