Dream Destinations: How to sleep on a plane, cruise ship or at a holiday resort
In-between getting up early to save your sun lounger, to being the last girl standing at the dodgy nightclub cabaret, it’s little wonder that Brits abroad surveyed by Sunshine.co.uk said they get just 5.1 hours' sleep a night on holiday.
The best advice is to strike a healthy balance between slow-paced days by the pool and bustling nights at the bar to return home tanned, relaxed and well rested. That may be easier said than done, with round-the-clock cocktails at your bronzed fingertips, ...
Are you ‘sleep-drunk’ at the wheel?
How to get a good night’s sleep to be a safe, responsible road user
The idea of setting out on the road after consuming more than the legal drink-drive limit is, no doubt, enough to fill you with horror.
But how many times have you set out on the school run or work commute after only a couple of hours’ sleep?
RAC Foundation research shows that around one in five accidents on major roads are sleep-related – and such accidents are more likely to result in a fatality or major ...