Having a top-quality mattress that meets your body’s unique needs is important if you want to get a great night’s sleep. After all, you need to be comfortable in order to fall asleep and stay asleep. That’s why we at Mattress Nextday aim to supply the broadest possible range of mattresses in order to meet our customers’ different needs. However, even if you have the perfect mattress, you may not be completely comfortable at night. Your mattress is only one of the factors that can affect your night-time comfort. If you have a great mattress but still can’t sleep, there are several things you can do to make your bed more comfortable. 1. Choose the right duvet or blanket for you Duvets and blankets are available in different materials and different degrees of thickness. If your duvet or blanket is too thick or thin (or if it’s the wrong material), it may cause you discomfort and prevent you from getting a good night’s sleep. As a result, it’s very important to choose a duvet or blanket that you find completely comfortable. If your current duvet isn’t comfortable enough, you may wish to invest in a new one. 2. Change your bedsheets If you’re finding it hard to get to sleep, simply changing your bedsheets can help. Clean, fresh bedsheets are often more comfortable than bedsheets that have been slept in. What’s more, having clean sheets on your bed is psychologically soothing, which can also improve your chances of drifting off to sleep. 3. Adjust the light level in your room Some people can’t sleep unless their room is in complete darkness. Others need a small amount of light in order to doze off. At night, the amount of light you’re exposed to impacts your level of psychological comfort. Ergo, if you’re having difficulty sleeping, simply adjusting the light level in your bedroom can help. Here at Mattress Nextday, we want to help all our customers get an excellent night’s sleep. We hope the tips in today’s blog help you drift off to sleep and wake up the next morning feeling refreshed. Of course, buying one of our top-notch mattresses can also help, so check out our range as soon as possible.