(HealthDay News) -- It may be difficult to get a good night's sleep when you're away from home.
The National Sleep Foundation has suggestions to help make it easier:
- Pack your own pillow.
- Bring a white noise machine and a pair of ear plugs that block noise of at least 65 decibels.
- Invest in a sleep mask to make sure bright light doesn't keep you awake.
- Maintain the same bed and wake schedule as you do at home.
- Don't overeat or drink too much alcohol.
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