Do you have trouble sleeping in hotel rooms?
There are many factors that can contribute to this, but one of the biggest reasons is that your nervous system is on “high alert” because it’s in a new place (especially that first night).
My best sleep tips involve making your hotel room as homey as you possibly can and appealing to all of your senses in the process, using familiar: smells (e.g. essential oils), sights (e.g. pictures), sounds (e.g. white noise or calming music) and feels (some people bring their own bed sheets).
In this video, I talk about one of the more unique challenges in certain hotel rooms that involves the placement of mirrors. I know this one might seem a bit odd, but give it a try.
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John has traveled to more than 26 countries with IBM (sales and training) over 30 years (he’s lived it) and is a Traditional Naturopath (natural health practitioner), meeting planner, consultant, and author. He has taught more than 4,000 people his actionable travel tips and stress management tools with rave reviews. There’s more to it than just exercise and eating healthy.
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