| October 25, 2016

If you have trouble sleeping, you know how frustrating those restless nights can be. The tossing, the turning, the wheezing — and that's not even mentioning the horrendous noises coming from your spouse's restricted airways and flatulent buttocks.

All hope isn't lost, though. According to the decor experts at Amara, there are steps you can take to make your bedroom more relaxing and condusive to sleep, such as banishing electronics, painting the walls, or reducing clutter. Believe it or not, these simple tips can create a more comfortable retreat for you to finally get some sleep, provided your spouse can manage to contain all the harrowing, demonic noises enamating from his/her bodily orifices.

READ: 10 Tips to Help You Fall Asleep on a Plane

Read up on Amara's best tips below, then maybe consider taking your spouse to the doctor's office. Those noises aren't natural.