Several key things to look for when you first get to your hotel room…
The first thing you want to do when you get into your room is check for bed bugs. Now I know you don’t REALLY want to do this, but it’s super important, and you’d rather do it before you unpack anything. These are definitely some unwanted guests that you’d rather not bring home with you (among other things).
Once your room passes the bed bug test and you decide to stay, you’ll want to move as many of the electronics as possible away from where your head will be when sleeping. EMFs (Electro Magnetic Frequencies) can have an incredibly big impact on our health (and not in a good way), especially on our sleep!
Before you go to sleep, please put your phone in airplane mode AND keep it at least 3 feet (1 meter) away from your head. You’ll actually want to do this whether you are traveling or not, as this can impact your sleep.
Safe travels and happy sleeping…
For those that want even more on bed bugs: https://lnkd.in/dRwbZ7Q
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