How to Sleep Better in Hotels

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Stuffy air

Problem: The air is stuffy, dry, and completely over-deodorized.

Simple fix: If you can, open the window—you’ll sleep better in fresh air, Breus advises. If the windows are sealed (or if you’re in a particularly noisy or polluted city), turn on the fan on the air-conditioning unit as soon as you enter the room to get the air circulating. Then add moisture by running a hot, steamy shower and leaving the bathroom door open.

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