Color of Bedroom Determines How Well You Sleep, Edinburgh Sleep Centre Study

Published: May 20, 2013

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Feeling blue may not be all bad when it comes to enjoying a good night’s sleep. Those with bedrooms this colour tend to get the best rest – nearly eight hours a night – and wake feeling happy and positive. According to a survey, it is linked to calm, soothing feelings and is thought to slow the heart rate and even reduce blood pressure.

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