How do you best relax at the end of a long and hard day? For some people, a nice cup of tea and warm waffle can do the trick. For others, it’ll have to be a glass of a fuzzy and yummy alcohol-free cocktail, preferably served in a place that plays loud and trendy music. But ultimately, when you’re at home, you need to find something that works for you. While having a cup of tea or biting in a cookie sounds like an indulgent treat, the relaxing properties of both these elements are still yet to be demonstrated. In fact, if you want to be able to leave your worries at the door when you get home, you need to create a space that is entirely dedicated to your relaxation. Here’s a hint for you: It can’t be your bedroom. Relaxing and sleeping are two very different things. It’s about freeing up your mind and your body from the toxins accumulated throughout the day. And there are two excellent ways of doing so, depending on whether you like a cool or a warm environment. Will it be a pool or a sauna?