While traveling, we often push ourselves to our physical limits, almost to the point of exhaustion and deprive ourselves of sleep, especially during business trips. Because of this, we may experience symptoms of sleep deprivation including headaches, indigestion, decreased concentration and ability to focus, and irritability. It is imperative that we give our bodies the rest and relaxation it needs each night even when we are sleeping away from home.
Here are a few easy tips to keep in mind to break the pattern of sleep deprivation experienced by so many frequent fliers who are forced to travel weekly for business:
* Try to get mid-morning flights so you’re not exhausted from not getting enough sleep the night before or because you had to wake up at 3:00 am to catch a 5:00 am flight.
* Schedule your flight so that you arrive at your destination in time for a full night’s rest (this makes a world of difference).
* Do not take red-eye flights unless absolutely necessary or unless you arms yourself with eyeshades, a Bose noise cancelling headset and a blanket.
* When reserving seats, be sure to choose those that will give you the most legroom, such as an emergency row, or aisle seat.
* Plan to wear loose clothing on the flight and dress in layers for warmth and comfort.
* Once you are seated on your flight, reset your watch to the time zone of your destination. Keep yourself hydrated to counteract the dry cabin atmosphere.
* When the captain turns off the seatbelt sign take a few strolls up and down the aisles aid in blood circulation.
* Do a few stretches to replace and refresh the air in your lungs.
* Loosen up your clothing to aid in circulation and slip off your shoes to get as comfortable as possible.
* Eat lightly before and during the flight.
* Minimize alcoholic beverages and caffeine.
* Stay away from caffeinated drinks 4-6 hours before your bedtime.
Sleeping in a hotel is surely not as comfortable as sleeping in the comfort of your own bed in your own home, but there are many things you can do while travelling to ensure that you are able to get enough sleep so that you can function better and enjoy your vacation or business trip. With a better night’s sleep while travelling, you’ll have what it takes to take on the world!
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