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How to sleep better when travelling

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Charlie W. Grease
Charlie W. Grease
CharlieWGrease - Reporter on "Living" for The European Times News

How to sleep better when travelling? Getting a good night’s rest when travelling can be a daunting task, especially if you are on a long-haul flight. To ensure restful sleep during your trip, here are some tips to help you sleep better while travelling.

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First, plan ahead and pack the essentials. One of the most important things you can do to get a good night’s sleep while travelling is to make sure you are comfortable and have all the items needed to make that happen. Pack a pair of noise-cancelling earplugs, a sleeping mask and a travel pillow. These items will help to block out noise and light, making it easier to fall asleep. Additionally, make sure to pack your favourite blanket or clothes to give you a sense of comfort while sleeping in unfamiliar surroundings. A combination of Calcium and magnesium in the proper doses can also help you out.

Next, adjust the environment where possible to create better sleep conditions. If you’re on an aeroplane, request a window seat if possible as this will help to reduce light from the aisle. If you’re staying in a hotel, keep the room as dark as possible by adjusting the curtains and closing off any natural light sources. Keeping the room at a comfortable temperature will also help to regulate your body temperature and provide comfortable sleeping conditions.

Lastly, stick to your sleep schedule as much as possible. Even though the time zone may have changed, try to stick to your usual sleeping hours to help your body adjust. Avoid strenuous activities such as going out late or sightseeing right before bedtime and take some time to relax and unwind. This could involve some light stretching, reading a book or listening to calming music.

In conclusion, getting enough sleep while travelling can be challenging, but it is not impossible. By following the tips mentioned above, you’ll be able to get the restful sleep you need to make the most of your travels.

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