Over 60% of Americans do not sleep well when they are traveling. Thankfully, there are things you can do to help improve your sleep when you travel. Here are some helpful tips for when you can't sleep while traveling.
We've all been there. We're in an unfamiliar place, and seem to wake up every five minutes. Whether it's because of travel or you've moved to a new home, you may suffer from lack of sleep. What can you do if you can't sleep in an unfamiliar place? Fortunately, there are solutions to sleeping in an unaccustomed place.
Layover travel is often more exhausting than single-flight trips, and it can become a harrowing experience for anyone who doesn't know how to handle layover flight delays. Millions of travelers deal with layover routes every year, and in all that flying, a few best practices have shaken out of the shared experience.
There are at least a dozen common reasons why practical people wind up sleeping in an airport. But whatever the reason you find yourself needing a few hours of shut-eye without a hotel room, a modern airport is a pretty good way to do it. You just have to know the right tricks to stay safe and sleep soundly.
When it comes to sleeping away from home, we each have a unique experience, but not sleeping while traveling is the wrong answer for both vacations and business trips where you need to be fresh and at your best for the next day. Here are a few tips that make the most of your sleep when you travel.
We all love getting away now and then from the hustle and bustle of our everyday lives. But let's face it, your friend's bed or those beds at an inn can't compare to the comfy feeling of your own. There are lots of ways to make sure you're sleeping well when you're away from home. Let's take a look at a few of them.
I hear it time and time again: "I was on vacation/traveling for work and slept better than in my bed at home." Spending the night on a different mattress other than the one you have at home can drive home the fact that your current mattress is in dire need of replacing. However, some people assume it is because the mattress they are on in the hotel is so good and will actually go to great lengths to find out the make and model of the hotel mattress or even buy one from the hotel. Is this a good idea?