Health Tip: Sleep Well During Travel

Here's what to pack

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(HealthDay News) -- Traveling for work or pleasure shouldn't involve sleepless nights.

While on the road, the National Sleep Foundation suggests you pack:

  • A non-backlit E-reader to help you read, relax and wind down.
  • An eye mask to help block out light.
  • A comfortable pair of earplugs. Or use a pair of noise-canceling headphones.
  • A C-shaped neck pillow made of memory foam to support your head and neck.
  • A travel-sized white noise machine.

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