I have two options for a room to sleep/live in in our house. One of them is upstairs, and as I am too tired to go up and down stairs without difficulty, living in this room would mean not getting any sun at all, and having to have parents bring me lots of things, food, drink, etc., constantly. The other room is on the first floor. it's warmer and the bed is more comfortable. I can get things for myself from the kitchen sometimes, when not too tired, and I can go outside to get sun. However, it's right next to a bathroom with a shower, and my family also stores some of their clothes in here. So every morning at 5-7 AM they barge in and start making a lot of noise, and I just can't sleep through it. Sleep is probably the msot important thing for me but I don't feel like I can compromise on sun either. There is another bathroom they could use for showers, they just don't like to. I just kind of asked them to compromise, like not to never come in in the morning, but to try and be mindful and not just barge in and then leave the door open and have yelling matches in the AM. Like treat it like they have a guest, or a severely ill person that needs rest... Also, they could totally move the clothes to another place. Anyway, I"m looking for both practical advice on dealing with this decision, interpersonal advice, and advice for practical strategies for coping with the noise and still sleeping. I have earplugs but they don't seem to help at all. Do you guys think a white noise machine would help, better earplugs, a combination, etc?? Am I being unreasonable wanting them to change habits slightly so I could sleep better?