Trou­ble Fall­ing Asleep? Try This

It might be time to change the colour of your bed­sheets.

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You know how you al­ways tend to sleep bet­ter on a ho­tel bed? And no­tice how the sheets are al­ways white? If you’ve been toss­ing and turn­ing in bed, you might want to con­sider chang­ing your sheets to white ones. Ac­cord­ing to sleep ex­pert Dr Sab­rina Magid-Katz, sleep­ing in a sleek set of white sheets can in­voke a sense of com­fort and seren­ity by bring­ing back mem­o­ries of va­ca­tions past. She adds that “any­thing that al­lows you to as­so­ciate your bed­room with re­lax­ation can help your sleep rou­tine.” To be clear, there isn’t a di­rect cor­re­la­tion be­tween white sheets and get­ting bet­ter sleep. Rather, your brain might as­so­ciate white sheets to a ho­tel room you’ve stayed in while on hol­i­day, which might make you feel calm and re­laxed. It's def­i­nitely worth a shot if you've been hav­ing trou­ble sleep­ing.

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