Start preparing hours, or even days, ahead for hurdles you may face, reports the Wall Street Journal.
Getting a good night’s sleep can be challenging enough when you’re at home, and it is much more so on the road.
But Param Dedhia, director of sleep medicine at the Canyon Ranch in Tucson, Ariz., believes it is worth taking extra time and effort to make it happen. “What goes on in that seven to nine hours of sleep that you ought to get is physical repair and mental and emotional clearing, which sets you up for social well-being,” he says. “When you’re on the road, you want to feel engaged and always be energized.”