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Do you want more sleep?   Yes! I need more sleep.

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  1. Anna says

    This is great advice. It brings up a conundrum though, as red and orange light are meant to be the best after sundown for preserving circadian rhythms and not interrupting melatonin production for sleepiness. So is a red nightlight best, or worst?

    • Neosha says

      @Anna – Great points and great question! As mentioned in the article, darkness is likely the best but nightlights are sometimes necessary (and cute!) additions to any nursery. In this case, paint colors and light hues are different things. So, while red can be stimulating to look at all day, on all the walls of a room for sure, a faint red light at night can definitely promote better sleep. 🙂 Good luck and thanks for commenting!