For a sleeping space, blackout shades can make a big difference.
The quality of sleep you get can have a major impact on your overall health and wellbeing. Without a good night’s rest, you often feel groggy and tired throughout the day. It’s hard to focus on your tasks or get through a full day of work without relying on caffeine or other stimulants. Certain factors can impact your quality of sleep, including the temperature of the room you’re in, the activities you engaged in prior to going to bed, and how much light exposure you have just before turning in for the night. When night falls, your body starts to produce melatonin, a hormone that helps you relax and fall asleep. However, too much light exposure can block the body from producing melatonin, which reduces your ability to fall asleep.
When you’re heading to bed before it’s completely dark or you sleep on a unique schedule that falls outside the normal pattern of sleep when it’s dark and be awake when it’s light, you may notice that your body isn’t able to sleep as well as you’d like. Even when you’re trying to sleep in or avoid waking up with the sun, it’s tough to get the rest you want when the sun is peeking through blinds or other window coverings in your bedroom.
For a sleeping space, blackout shades can make a big difference in preventing the light from coming into your home. At Blinds America, we offer a wide selection of blackout shades for shoppers in and around Cherrydale, South Carolina. Visit our location to see what we have to offer.
At Blinds America, we sell and install blackout shades in Greenville, Travelers Rest, Cherrydale, Cleveland Park, Augusta Road, Perkins Mill, Thornblade, Greer, Taylors, Spartanburg, Mauldin, Simpsonville, Fountain Inn, Moore, Wellford, Lyman, Landrum, Easley, Anderson, and surrounding areas in South Carolina.