Feeling refreshed and rested are just some of the reasons why people go away on holiday, but ensuring a good quality, satisfying sleep is vital.
If you find you’re sleeping badly on holiday, don’t blame yourself; It’s what scientist call the ‘first night effect’!
The new study has revealed that it’s our animal instincts kicking in. When we sleep somewhere new, one side of our brain remains alert, and wakes us up at the slightest disturbance – be it screaming children, loud neighbours or a car horn.
Lucky for us, travel experts Oliver’s Travels have created an infographic that gives you tips on how to combat the holiday chaos and get a good night’s sleep away on holiday.
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