Is your bedroom designed so that your brain associates it with good sleep?

The design of your bedroom will set the tone for the quality of your nights.

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It is important to train the brain to link the bedroom with sleep. Ideally the bedroom should be used for relaxing, sleeping and intimacy only. 

The bedroom environment has a major impact on the quality of your sleep and your ability to maintain good health.

The bedroom is where you will spend about 1/3 of your life and should be a luxurious and soothing oasis that is conducive to relaxation and indulgent comfort. 

Spending time creating a personal sleep sanctuary that will meet all your needs for rest and rejuvenation is a worthwhile investment for your health and good fortune.

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