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Travel Tips: 5 Tips to Sleep Better on Your Next Trip

Travel Tips: 5 Tips to Sleep Better on Your Next TripWe all have tricks to beat jet lag and get a good night’s sleep when traveling, but these five tips will help, no matter where you roam.http://rss.nytimes.com/services/xml/rss/nyt/Travel.xmlNYT > Travelhttps://static01.nyt.com/images/misc/NYT_logo_rss_250x40.pngTravel887TANYA MOHN -geoquono- Tweet

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The Getaway: Tools for Sleeping Well While Traveling

The Getaway: Tools for Sleeping Well While TravelingMore and more apps are promising to help you catch some shut eye on the road.http://rss.nytimes.com/services/xml/rss/nyt/Travel.xmlNYT > Travelhttps://static01.nyt.com/images/misc/NYT_logo_rss_250x40.pngTravel887STEPHANIE ROSENBLOOM -geoquono- Tweet

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Up all night in Norway: land of the midnight sun

Up all night in Norway: land of the midnight sun The extreme northern coast of Norway is an unspoilt land of wonder, and the perfect place to enjoy the eternal dawn Plus three more adventures in the midnight sun Midnight. Morning. A shard of sun cuts through the cloud. Due north, not east, from my lighthouse. Gulls scream below us as they circle Flatøy fyr, our uninhabited island near Nordskot, northern Norway. We are on our own here for a few days, just me and the photographer Howard Sooley. We are 300km inside the Arctic Circle. Standing on top of the world. I have been getting up around dawn for a year or more, absorbing the daybreak and recording…

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the sleep you lose while traveling

the sleep you lose while traveling Healthy doses of sleep are critical to getting the most out of a trip. There is nothing worse than experiencing some of the world’s great wonders with your eyes crusted over as you drift through the haze of exhaustion. Yet, far too often, there is no way out of it — the jet lag is too fierce and the hotel bed too flimsy. But just how much is our sleep affected when we travel? A new study from Mattress Advisor surveyed 1,000 Americans about how much sleep they lose while traveling, be it by plane, boat, or automobile. The study also looked into our strategies for getting the appropriate amount of shut-eye on…

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where to get sleep across US states

where to get sleep across US states If you wake up every morning feeling exhausted, you are not alone. So do I. And so do vast swaths of Americans across the country, it turns out. According to research by Amerisleep, more than two thirds of us are unable to fall asleep thanks to having a “busy mind.” While having a President who tweets about the possibility of thermonuclear warfare can’t help, the thoughts that keep us awake most often are mainly concerns about the next day and random nonsense that only pops up when nothing else is going on. Amerisleep’s research suggests that our obsession with addictive TV shows, movies, and social media is also eating up our resting…

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How to prevent and avoid jet lag

How to prevent and avoid jet lag The inconvenient and at times unpleasant effects of jet lag can get in the way of starting or ending an incredible trip with gusto. Following common-sense health habits will go a long way in reducing jet lag symptoms and expediting recovery. Don’t bother with fancy gadgets that exude light into your head or regulate your ear pressure. Instead, practice basic preventative health habits, keeping in mind that these will gradually nudge you toward a milder, shorter case of jet lag, but they won’t eliminate it altogether. While there is no silver bullet for avoiding or curing jet lag, there are some techniques to reduce the severity and tenure of this flight-induced stupor….

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Sleep habits around the world

Sleep habits around the world I’ve always been a good sleeper, so I didn’t realize how rare that is until I started interacting with people outside my family (we’re all good at sleeping). Now I value my 8 hours of sleep a lot more. What I had never thought about is how sleep habits can be different from country to country. After all, it’s kind of a universal activity we all do, isn’t it? This infographic put together by The Mill Shop offers a few interesting facts about how we spend the night around the world: How many hours? How many pillows? What about naps during the day? Who are the best sleepers and why? You’ll sleep much better…

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Travel Tips: How to Get a Good Night’s Sleep at a Hotel

Travel Tips: How to Get a Good Night’s Sleep at a Hotel Ask about beds and mattresses when you book a room, request a room on a high floor and unwind before turning out the light. Ask about beds and mattresses when you book a room, request a room on a high floor and unwind before turning out the light. http://rss.nytimes.com/services/xml/rss/nyt/Travel.xml NYT > Travel https://static01.nyt.com/images/misc/NYT_logo_rss_250x40.pngTravel887 Powered by WPeMatico Tweet

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Ten things to look for when booking accommodation online podcast

Ten things to look for when booking accommodation online podcast Pin me on Pinterest!It’s so much easier to book accommodation than it used to be, with online booking engines doing most of the work for you. However, once you’ve run your search and found out what’s available for your dates, it’s worth spending a bit of time looking more closely at those results, rather than just picking the cheapest option, or the one with the best photo. Way back in 2008 we… Source Booking accommodation online is easy, but you’ll get the best results if you take a bit of time and consider your needs before you enter your credit card details! http://feeds.feedburner.com/IndieTravelPodcastIndie Travel Podcast Sweet travel advice for…

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