A good night's sleep seems increasingly out of reach for many of us—whether we're working late, being kept up by loud neighbors, or glued to our phones until 1 a.m.—and disruptors everywhere are preventing us from truly getting our snooze on for 7–8 hours a night. But the benefits of a good night's sleep are too good to ignore: Studies show that it can make you happier, improve your memory, and even out your complexion. So how do you improve your sleep when your mind is racing and your surroundings are keeping you awake?
Start by taking a good hard look at your bedroom: Is your mattress supportive? Is the room free of light and noise disruptors? Is your space truly a relaxing sanctuary that promotes deep z's? If Netflix is on, street lights are beaming in, and your bed is making you hot or uncomfortable, your bedroom may be to blame for feeling tired and sluggish in the morning. By tackling your sleeping issues now, you'll be more productive at work, and you can show up rested, cheerful, and even glowing at your next event. Take the ultimate bedroom test and adjust as necessary—your bedroom bliss awaits.
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