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Sleeping poorly or waking up often in a new place is common, especially on the first night while you’re still getting adjusted to your surroundings. To help combat the first-night effect, be sure to take care of yourself during the day by getting some exercise and exposure to natural sunlight, and reduce your caffeine and alcohol consumption close to bedtime. Try to keep to a similar bedtime routine, and add in any elements that you find helpful to relax and feel calm, despite the unfamiliar environment.
We've compiled a list of tips to help you outfit your guest bedroom so that your guests have everything they need to achieve a good night's rest.
If you have ever found yourself craving high-fat, high-calorie foods when you’re sleepy, it’s not your imagination: Sleep deprivation really does make you feel hungrier for junk food.
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An endless supply of sugar, scares, and surprises makes sleep elusive on Halloween. Going in with a game plan can help you set expectations with your child. For better sleep on the night of Halloween, and the days following, try to keep things as normal as possible. Limit the feasting on candy, stick to a bedtime routine, and help your child block out noise with white noise machines or fans. Many of us recognize that our memory suffers after a night of poor sleep. We’re more forgetful and have trouble focusing. But what if you consistently miss out on sleep for years, as at least one-third of Americans do? Could that ongoing sleep deprivation increase your risk of Alzheimer’s? According to a growing body of research, the answer is yes.