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Sleep is imperative to our health and well-being. According to the Sleep Health Foundation, research has shown that you’re more likely to retain information and perform better on memory tasks after a good night’s sleep. Sleep is also responsible for rejuvenating our bodies, enabling us to grow muscle, repair tissue and produce hormones.
Creating a quiet, relaxing bedroom oasis may help you enjoy a more restful sleep. Relax an overexcited mind and train your body to unwind with a regular bedtime routine.