Natural light helps regulate melatonin and cortisol production (essential for helping us sleep) and sets the body’s clock.
Our bodies love routine and familiarity, so it helps to stick to one as much as possible. Our schedules get thrown off when we travel, affecting our sleep cycles.
Blue lights from cell phones, TVs, computers, and other electronic devices can disrupt melatonin production and make it harder to fall asleep at night.
Exercise helps our body produce endorphins, which make us feel good and relaxed.
Maintaining a balanced diet while traveling is essential for good sleep habits, as it’ll help regulate our energy levels and sleep-wake cycle.
Creating a relaxing nighttime routine can signal your body that it’s time for bed..
Ensure the room temperature is comfortable (around 60-75 degrees) and the bedding is free from allergens.
Life happens, and sometimes sleep schedule changes are just part of the adventure! Enjoy the journey and take plenty of photos.