Cozy Comforter

Getting Comfy – Temperature, Touch, Sound & Scent

It’s time for bed and you’re ready to get comfy and drift off to sleep. The more conductive you can make your bed and your bedroom to sleeping, the easier it will be to rest and actually fall asleep. Let’s talk about a few simple things you can bring into your night routine to have you catching those zzzs in no time.

Cooler is better

One of the easiest things to change and improve for most of us is the temperature. It’s easier to sleep at cooler temperatures. Turn down your central heat or air down a degree or two when you head to bed. Make sure you’re dressed appropriately. Light pajamas when it’s warm and a blanket that will keep you warm enough, but not sweating in the middle of the night. If it’s cool outside, consider opening the windows for a bit before you go to bed to let some fresh air into the room, or consider sleeping with the window cracked open. There’s something about it that makes for a restful night. Of course you should ignore this advice if you have allergies and fresh air causes you to sneeze or gives you a stuffy nose.

Choose the sheets right for you.

Next, let’s think about touch. What makes you comfortable? Is it the sleek cool feel of satin sheets? The comfort of flannel and a heavy quilt on top of you? How about soft cotton that you can wrap up in? Find your perfect sheets and bedding. Don’t forget about what you are wearing to bed. The clothes should be comfortable, because when you are, it’s easier to fall asleep and you’ll sleep deeper.

Control the noise.

If you’re having trouble falling asleep because the slightest noise from outside alerts you or you can’t shut off your mind, give white or brown noise a try. Turn on a fan, play some soft sounds, or try a bedtime meditation. There are plenty of options out there. The sound can be soothing and it will cover up anything going on outside that keeps you from drifting off to sleep.

We believe scent is Very important to getting Comfy.

Body Butter Scents
All 3 Body Butter Scents are great for relaxing.

But then you probably knew that. There are calming scents that will help slow down your body and mind when it’s time to go to sleep. Rub on some body oil or body butter. Light a scented candle for a little while or diffuse some oils. Lavender is definitely a favorite at bedtime, but Rose and Frankincense & Myrrh are both very relaxing as well. You can even create a fun linen spray by combining distilled water with a few drops of lavender oil. Spritz it on your sheets and your pillow before bed. The aroma will carry you off to dreamland in no time. Don’t be afraid to play around with any of these suggestions. Come up with what works for you and create your very own bedtime routine.

I tend to layer on the scents: Soap from the shower, maybe a body scrub, Anti-aging Face Serum and either Body Oil or Body Butter on my legs. Oh and don’t forget the lip balm.

Try to bring some of these suggestions into your night routine to make enhance your own sleep experience. The more soothing and comfy the better. If you are sleeping better that will make you more productive during the day.

Tomorrow: Dealing With Stray Thoughts & Worries At Nighttime

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