Learn To Sleep Better and Enjoy The Same Relaxation As While On Vacation

Sleep Better

Sleep Better

 

If you are like me you sleep better while on vacation. It’s something about staying in a hotel. You can learn how to achieve that level of relaxation at home every night. I often wonder why vacations require doing more with less?

We leave our well-stocked homes and communities, pack a small bag and spend time in a hotel room or a tent as a reward. Why do we stock our homes with so much junk and consider leaving it for on bag full of stuff and a small room for vacation?

I spoke about learning to fall asleep faster but better sleep is even more important. Follow these very simple steps to help learn to achieve summer vacation levels of sleep in your everyday life. Better sleep is known to reduce stress and improve overall health and well-being.

 

Sleep Better Than Vacation At Home

1 . Active Rest – Sleep is the best form of rest the body can receive but it is not the only way the body gets rest. Active rest can be the tranquil time you spend with friends and family. When this time is fun, spiritual and supportive the effect is comparable to physical rest.

Activities, like avoiding stress, exercise and lying on the beach, are activities we do on vacation that exemplifies active rest. We can incorporate these behaviors into our daily lives to aid in achieving that vacation better sleep every night.

2. Avoid The Grind – For some reason, we know how to wind down and conduct a true before bed routine when on vacation. We know how to relax and get ready for a good nights sleep. Whatever your routine we don’t do anything mentally taxing.

We keep activity light and airy before bed. We are not thinking about work or other problems and we are not worrying about text and emails. This aids in better sleep while on vacation.

We can incorporate this behavior when we get home sleep better. Learn to truly unwind and leave the days events behind and the next day’s events for the next day.

3. Cool Is Really Better – This seems counter-productive to me but it actually works. I don’t know if it is the cooler temperatures or the fact in the back of my mind I know I am not paying the higher electric bill for the better sleep. LOL.

Sleep experts recommend keeping your bedroom in the 60- to 67-degree range for better sleep. If you are not a tightwad like me this is an activity you can incorporate into your bedtime routine to sleep better.

4. Keep It Quiet – I tend to vacation in quiet locations. I am sure this adds to the better sleep effect I always experience when on vacation. Keeping things quiet to sleep better is a no-brainer but I don’t think we are deliberate about pursuing it when at home.We use the television to block outside noise but we can be more deliberate and try other ways to simulate quiet.

You can’t do much about the outside noise, search for noise inside your home and do what you can to get rid of it. You have to keep your spouse and children. Your mother-in-law . . . LOL. I have tried ResMed Personal Sleep Solution to monitor my sleep with promising results. You can use devices to produce natural sounds or white noise to drown out others sounds to sleep better.

5. Do In The Dark – Added to the fact you would like to hide from prying eyes when on vacation, hotel rooms are dark than most people’s bedrooms. They either have no windows or they use special blackout curtains.

This darker than dark effect aids in better sleep. You can get blackout curtains to achieve the effect you get while on vacation to sleep better at home. If style is a problem you can try curtain liners to achieve the same effect.

You can wake up everyday looking and feeling like you are in the middle of a relaxing Carribean vacation. Just follow these simple steps to sleep better.

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7 thoughts on “Learn To Sleep Better and Enjoy The Same Relaxation As While On Vacation”

  1. Wow! This is some really thorough information, thanks so much for sharing. I was wondering if you have any advice on how one can sleep/relax better on a flight. My partner does not like flying at all and has trouble relaxing so he only wants to sleep to get it over with, but we are heading on a long flight to Asia in a couple of weeks and I wondered if you have any tips for him. thanks!

    1. Thanks for your comment Manika-Nia. I wish I had advice for you. I fall asleep easily on flights. Long flights can be a difficulty for people that don’t enjoy flying. No one would like to sleep that many hours. Hope you guys enjoy the trip.

  2. Never really thought of it from that perspective but makes perfect sense. I think as humans we appreciate something different especially from everyday life. Vacations are the best because you forget about work, stop worrying about money and just do as you please. Have you ever been on a vacation where you just couldn’t find that relaxation?

    1. Thanks for your comment Micheal. I always feel more relaxed on vacation. Unless there is extremely bad weather approaching or civil unrest. LOL. I think the act of breaking away from my normal routine seems to relax me.

  3. Thanks for the advice. I’ve been wondering why I keep sleeping so “hard” (for lack of a better word) and waking up more tired than normal. I’ll have to try these out and see if they help.

    Ethan

  4. Hi Tony,

    This article is so close to home. I often get problems sleeping. In fact I’ve been this way since a child. I’ve learned on my own from trail and error some of your points. For example, I try to be cool (not cold) and keep it quiet and very dark. These work well for me. But what really keeps me up is the socalled grind as you call it. I always have some idea or work-related thought process going on and that sometimes keeps me up for hours on end.

    Growing up in the Caribbean though, my grandad recommended making a tea out of the sour sup tree. It’s mild and I feel drowsy in a natural way. It is non-habit forming and you could just pick a couple leaves in your back yard. The problem though, is that I now live in the concrete jungle to getting my hands on a sour sup tree is virtually impossible.

    But thanks for sharing your points on how to get a better sleep. They are absolutely spot on.

  5. Hi Tony, all good advice. I found that as I got older, my sleeping pattern changed. I need to have complete peace and quiet or I just can’t sleep. I find a couple of glasses of wine helps sometimes but you won’t find that in any text books. I also like to stay in quiet hotels.

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