Individuals heading off on regular business trips have been
advised of the importance of getting adequate sleep
According to Derk-Jan Dijk, professor of sleep and physiology at
the University of Surrey, business travellers can often suffer from
a lack of sleep when on their travellers and therefore building up
a reserve of rest before going away is extremely important.
"The negative effects of a lack of sleep accumulate," Prof Dijk
told the Financial Times. "People often work very hard and very
late before they go away on a business trip. But your preparation
should include catching up on sleep before you go."
As a result, getting a nap when travellers do not have scheduled
meetings can be a great method for staying refreshed. However, this
will not rectify any sleep debt an individual is suffering from and
will only provide short-term relief.
Earlier this month, sleep aid developer LipoRid PM revealed people
should ensure their beds and bedrooms
are reserved just for sleeping, as this helps to create a
psychological link between this space and getting a restful night's
Posted by Michael Ewing