5 Sneaky Bedroom Irritants That Could Be Sabotaging Your Deep Sleep

by Jerald Dyson

Not only does this cut down on EMF exposure, but it also makes it less tempting to scroll at night and derail your bedtime in the process. “I really try to limit my digital screen exposure overall,” Gushée says. “Even during the day, it has a big impact.”

Beyond these bedroom tweaks, Gushée has found that keeping her room at a cool 68 degrees, cozying up under a heavy wool blanket, and taking a relaxing magnesium supplement before bed have helped her overall sleep quality.* “I sleep more deeply and longer, and I fall asleep more easily when I do,” she notes.


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