Why Stained Glass Night Lights Are Not Bad for Bed [They’re Actually Good!]

There have been some reports that sleeping at night with a night light can be detrimental to sleep quality. While there is some merit to the concept that sleeping at night with a light on can potentially cause a circadian rhythm, there are plenty of advantages to sleeping with night lights – especially for the elderly and the very young.

Stained glass night lights offer the added benefit of merging with and complementing your interior design scheme. Let’s take a look at a few of these benefits.

Night Lights Improve Confidence and Comfort at Night
For young children especially, sleeping with a night light – especially one that is calming and comforting, can improve the sense of security at night and may even be able to help children fall asleep more quickly.

The feeling of security is one of the chief factors in the onset of sleep, and without it, getting to fall asleep will come as a struggle, both for adults and for little children. It just so happens that fear of the dark is more common in the very young.

Reducing Fear of the Dark
Fear of the dark is one of the most common fears among young children. It usually has its onset at about 2 or 3, although children of all ages may experience it and it’s estimated that as many as 20% of kids will develop a persistent fear of the dark that will be hard to shake. Needless to say, this can and will interfere with sleep patterns.

That said, a gentle nightlight that throws off a muted, warm light is less likely than blue light to harm sleep cycles and can actually help reduce fear of the dark, especially in young children where darkness itself is to blame. Banishing the dark with a pleasant, stained glass night light, can help your children feel more secure and less afraid of the dark.

Night Lights Can Improve Safety, Especially When You Have Visitors
There is another reason that a stained glass night light can be a true investment – one that does not have to do with sleep quality at all. A stained glass night light (or any night light) can actually improve safety.

Most falls occur during the day simply because people are awake. Be that as it may, navigating unfamiliar rooms in the dark can be a hazard for anyone, even healthy adults – but nocturnal falls are a serious concern for the elderly and guests.

An addition to your bedroom, living room, or hallway, as simple as a night light, can significantly improve visibility at night and help prevent nocturnal falls and other accidents. It’s also a thoughtful courtesy for guests.

Stained Glass Night Lights Can Mesh with the Interior Design of Your Home
Finally, adding a stained glass night light to your home can actually improve the harmony of your interior design as well. Take a look at the night lights in stained glass over at J Devlin Glass Art (JDevlinGlassArt.com) and find one that’s a match for your decor and design.

They offer incredibly beautiful themed designs, all of which are entirely unique and handcrafted using high-quality materials, many of them using real, Tiffany method stained glass. Among the many themes and designs, you are sure to find something to serve as a complement to your interior design.

They also offer free shipping on all orders and same-day shipping on qualifying orders. Get familiar with their catalog at the link above and contact them at 844-772-2145 if you have any questions.

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