June 6, 2020

How to sleep in a bed that’s not your own

How to sleep in a bed that's not your own

Having trouble sleeping? Hit Snooze is Mashable’s deep dive into the many ways to achieve a more peaceful slumber.


Nothing makes me more appreciative of my own bed than when I can’t sleep in it. Whether I’m staying with family or traveling, when my head hits that not-molded-to-my-head pillow, it’s never the same.

We’re at a moment in time where people may be sleeping in a less-familiar bed indefinitely. While the small comfort of one’s own is needed most, it may not be a reality for some. First, know that it’s normal to have trouble sleeping in a different bed the first few days. You’re in a completely new environment and subject to conditions you’re not used to — say around more people, a different noise level, or a less-than-optimal mattress. …

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