Here are some tips from The Sleep Council to help you get a restful night's sleep while you're away.

How to sleep in hot weather - here are some tips to help you sleep on holiday

Holidays are great, but an unfamiliar bed, a change in climate and travelling to different time zones can all wreak havoc on your sleep routine.

Here are some tips from The Sleep Council to help you get a restful night's sleep while you're away.

Bringing your own pillow from home can bring you some familiarity and comfort.

5. Bring a pillow from home

Bringing your own pillow from home can bring you some familiarity and comfort.
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Open windows and doors to create a cool draught through your bedroom, and keep curtains or blinds drawn during the day to keep the sun out.

6. Keep your room cool

Open windows and doors to create a cool draught through your bedroom, and keep curtains or blinds drawn during the day to keep the sun out.
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Get rid of the duvet and blankets and sleep with just a cotton sheet. 'Wearing light cotton nightwear is better than wearing nothing, as natural fabric will absorb any perspiration.

7. Keep cool in bed

Get rid of the duvet and blankets and sleep with just a cotton sheet. 'Wearing light cotton nightwear is better than wearing nothing, as natural fabric will absorb any perspiration.
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As tempting as it is, try not to overdo the booze before bedtime - the dehydrating effects of alcohol can wake you in the night

8. Don't drink too much

As tempting as it is, try not to overdo the booze before bedtime - the dehydrating effects of alcohol can wake you in the night
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