If you aren’t getting the sleep you need, there are many factors that could be contributing to your insomnia. If you are bringing blue light distractions into your bedroom in the form of television, cell phones, tablets or portable gaming devices, consider leaving them outside; blue light is going to impact your ability to fall asleep and the distraction is going to keep your tired brain whirring. Since a warm room is more likely to make you uncomfortable while you sleep, it’s also a good idea to keep the room cool with a fan, air conditioning or an open window. Many people also find it helpful to turn on a favorite white noise, whether it’s the noise of a fan, the sound of surf or rain sounds, since white noise can drown out distracting noises outside the room. But one of the most important things to consider is whether your bed is helping you get to sleep. Here, let’s talk about the benefits of a queen bed.
A queen bed is one of the most popular sizes around, both for couples and for individuals. For an individual, a queen is a great size to spread out and move as much as you need without fear of rolling off. For couples, the queen size is like two twin mattresses together, making it ideal for partners that enjoy having space of their own with plenty of closeness for cuddling. If you have been considering getting a queen or king-size bed, one of the key factors to consider is whether you have the floor space. Few people regret the advantages of even more space that a king bed offers, but sometimes a king bed can dominate a smaller room and leave it feeling cramped. A queen size offers additional sleeping room without taking up so much real estate that could be used for other furniture.
Not only is the queen size more convenient for smaller spaces, it is also sure to be less expensive than committing to a king-size bed. If you are choosing to get a mattress and bedframe, you will be able to save on both costs by getting a queen instead of a king and you will also find yourself saving money over the life of the bed, since queen-size sheets, comforters and mattress protectors are less expensive than kings. When it comes to improving your sleep, these factors are going to be important to your new upgrade!