How to Design Your Bedroom for a Good Night’s Sleep

by Ron & Lisa Beres on April 28, 2015 · 3 comments

Getting a good night’s sleep is not a luxury – it’s a necessity! After all, we spend one third of our life in this room. But, do you wake up feeling refreshed and rested? It may be time to take an inventory of your bedroom. Are you sleeping on organic materials? Is this room free of EMF’s and clutter? Does it have an air purifier and good air circulation? Are there hard surfaces on the floor? Is it well maintained and dust-free? And, finally, what about lighting and color? These are also important factors that affect the psychology of our mood and sleep. Below is a helpful infographic to assist you in designing a restful bedroom to ensure a proper night’s sleep. Got a favorite tip? Let us know in the comments below!

Design Your Bedroom For a Good Night



Design Your Bedroom For a Good Night’s Sleep [Infographic] by the team at MADE


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Brenda May 6, 2015 at 7:28 am

Most people don’t realize how much they can improve the quality of their sleep by making a few simple changes. There are so many things that can negatively impact sleep, such as bedtime allergies! Luckily, there are a few really effective changes we can make such as using hypoallergenic bedding and placing an air purifier in the bedroom


Sandra Keros July 22, 2017 at 3:45 pm

Hi Ron and Lisa! I have a really cozy tiny bedroom and it’s impossible to not to be sleeping next to an outlet. Have there been any studies on shungite blocks to help counter EMFs? I’ve seen shungite promoted for releasing negative energy and protection, including EMFs (for cell phones, laptops, etc.). Thanks :)


Ron & Lisa Beres July 24, 2017 at 1:40 pm

Hi Sandra,
Thanks for your great question. There have been studies by the Scientific Research Institute for New Medical Technologies We personally use shungite and don’t really argue with the 2 billion year old properties of this healing rock (also used in rooms in the Russian including the Military Medical Academy in Saint Petersburg) see results:

That being said, the outlets in your room are only a small portion of the potential sources of EMF’s and don’t include electromagnetic radiation from Wi-Fi and external sources (ie: cell towers). If you’d like to schedule a consultation with us to identify and remedy these hot spots, you can book directly here: NOTE: We can also help you arrange an EMF/EMR evaluation of your environment.


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