Health Hack… JUNE • 17 wellth.xyz 95 YM9289 Exercise Slider After all that, you’d think that sleeping is the easy part, wouldn’t you? As it turns out, I’m not alone in my inability to get a good night’s sleep in a hotel room. Fortunately, there are quite a lot of tips that have drastically improved my challenge over the past few years. To begin with, know what temperature you set your home thermostat to. That’s important because the body gets used to a constant sleeping temperature. If the thermostat is set too high in your hotel room, you’ll wake up sweating. If it’s set too low, you’ll wake-up with a chill. That quick tip was revolutionary when it was shared with me and has probably provided me hundreds of hours of extra sleep time. Did you know that most hotels use foam pillows? If you’re like me and prefer a down filled pillow, simply ask room service and chances are pretty good that they’ll have a few handy. Other little tips include turning the blindingly bright LED alarm clock the other way around so that it doesn’t emit so much light while sleeping or unplugging the phone just to avoid any errant calls. And though it may sound so elementary, stop and smell the roses. Hotels these days are doing a marvelous job of creating green spaces – some of them tiny and others quite massive. If you have three minutes to spare before you have to get in your rental car, sit on a bench and soak-in the view. Creating balance doesn’t have to take hours. Often times, you can set your entire mood for the day based on a few quick minutes of appreciating what’s around you. See – staying healthy on the road isn’t impossible. Changing your mindset, making a few adjustments, and simply making an effort to nourish your body with exercise and healthy food will surely increase your vitality, your productivity, as well as your mental wellbeing – all free of cheeseburgers. My next article will focus on travel destinations. Although I haven’t been to nearly as many places as my luggage has, I’ve got a few doozies for you… SG8981 SANDY BANKS 2-TONE SUNGLASSES While drinking copious amounts of alcohol may not be the healthiest choice in the world, there’s evidence to suggest that the moderate consumption of red wine can lower cholesterol, provide antioxidants, and control blood sugar levels.
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