Sleep is often a underestimated aspect of health. Lack of sleep may have serious consequences for mental and physical health. The duration of one sleep will inevitably be on the journey. Traveling presents the perfect scenario for sleep loss! First, you are not in your bed under the lid (and maybe in your arms!); in addition to traveling. How to avoid insomnia in such circumstances? I'm here to tell you exactly this.
Sleeping on a Pillow
This is one thing while traveling because it's quite hard to wear a pillow together with your luggage! Some alternatives to a pillow include an inflatable pillow. All you have to do is blow up! One more option would be a soft handbag full of cloth that you do not mind crashing. You may also fold a bedcover in an improvised pillow
Read the book before flying or listening to music, before they are gone. It would be a good idea if you were wearing the same one while traveling. If you use it to read a spiritual book before sleep, you do not like it. This kind of thing calms the mind, soothes and relaxes before going to bed. The same effect can be achieved with some good soothing music, especially with instrumental songs. You may need to turn off your phone, so it is advisable not to carry music on your phone. If your phone has the option of switching to airplane mode, you are good. Meditation and deep breathing
Meditation is probably one of the best things you can do for your mind and body at any time. Many people like to meditate before they lie down; helping them feel rejuvenated when they get up. Meditation provides you with carefree, relaxed sleep. If you are an easy sleep, this may be very important. Deep breathing makes miracles – I'm talking about personal experience. Deep breathing when you exclude all thoughts and concentrate only on your breathing. Listen to your breathing pattern, listen to the air and leave your body. It has a wonderful effect. If you do not really like meditation, deep breathing can serve the same purpose.
Source by Kevin Nguyen