I don’t know about you, but there are times when it is hard for me to fall asleep in a different room and bed whenever I am away from home.
Do you experience it too? If so, how do you overcome it?
These amazing tips will help you have a good sleep during vacation.
1: Choose the perfect room
Choose a room on an upper floor, midway down the hallway if you can.
That location is your best bet for staying away from noisy areas like vending machines, exits, elevators, pools, and meeting spaces, says Richard Shane, PhD, behavioral sleep specialist for New West Physicians, Colorado, and creator of the Sleep Easily Method.
Ask if your room has blackout shades to keep the light out. “Most hotels have them, but they may be just in some rooms and not others, so you want to snatch those,” he says.