Here's What Health Experts Do When They Can't Sleep
The go-to strategies you'll want to steal from the pros to help you drift off.
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They rely on their noses
For those who have trouble sleeping when traveling, Oexman has a quick tip: Spritz a scent you enjoy and find relaxing in your bedroom at night. Then, do the same on a travel pillow and cuddle up to the pillow on the plane. You learn to associate that scent with sleep and the comforts of home, and you'll find it easier to drift off, he says.