InterContinental Hotel Group (IHG) has compiled a list of practices and habits – known as sleep hygiene – that can make the difference between restlessness and deep slumber.
If you can’t sleep the first night you arrive at your hotel room, chances are, you’re experiencing what IHG refers to as the ‘first night effect’. A global study commissioned by the group has revealed details around this topic, showing that lack of sleep is a primary concern for travellers.
Four in five (80%) stated they have trouble sleeping when travelling away from home. The research also found that business travellers lose around 58 minutes of sleep each night when staying away from home, averaging just five hours and 17 minutes of sleep. One of the …
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