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Fight off sleep deprivation! Tips that will help you sleep anywhere!


The summer month are a busy period for every escort, because everyone has a deeper desire to relax and have some fun, so the bookings are plenty and the days of an elite companion are crowded. Also, we are in the season when the best vacations take place, and there are many clients out there looking for some high-class companions to keep them company during their short getaways, business trips or exotic trips.

So, we get it, if you find yourself happy, fully booked but exhausted and suffering from a serious lack of sleep. But keep in mind that having at least 7-8 hours of sleep every night is vital if you want to keep your vitality, your health, your strong immune system and your sweet smile on your face and dark circles off it.

Even if you have a relaxed schedule during your time with your clients, the changes occurring in your daily schedule are the ones that are affecting your sleep – the plane rides, the hotel rooms, the jet lag and so on.

Here are some tips to help you sleep anywhere, even though you are not enjoying the comfort of your soft mattress and fluffy pillow!

During airplane rides:

We know that fashion and good looks come first in your profession, especially when you want to make a strong impression on your date, but arriving at the destination gorgeously dressed but with huge dark circles under your eyes is not sexy at all. So, keep in mind that the attitude is the one that counts and with a pretty face and a flirtatious look you can amaze your client even more that with a fancy unpractical outfit.

Dress comfortable when you are flying, wear loose clothes, no belts or buckles or tight pants, also do not forget to bring your eye mask, if you are used to sleeping in complete darkness and ear plugs to avoid noises produced by children or chatty passengers. Another thing to consider is to take an accessory with you, like a scarf that you can use as a pillow, as a cover up if you are feeling chilly or a support for your lower back if you find your position in the chair not so comfortable.

Music soothes you? In that case don’t forget to bring your favourite music with you.

During your stay at a hotel:

When you are used to travelling a lot, having your favourite pillow and bringing it with you is not a bad idea, because we all know that a bad pillow can ruin not only your sleep but also your back.

If back home you have a routine before bed, stick to it – like drinking something warm before bed, or reading a few pages from a book or maybe watching TV for a few minutes. Keep doing the things that you are used to, so that your body can fall back into its routine. Also, if you don’t fall asleep after 10-15 minutes after going to bed, try getting up and do something else until you feel sleepy again. This way, your body will learn to associate the bed with the sleep routine.

If you are dealing with the dreadful jet lag:

In case you are planning a trip on the other side of the world, then you might consider slowly adapting your body with the new time zone, by taking some melatonin supplements. After a long flight make sure you are very well hydrated, so try to drink lots of water and stay away from alcohol, caffeine or sugary drinks.

Also, if you are arriving at the destination during the night, although maybe you are not sleepy, try getting some sleep to help your body understand the new routine, and if you are arriving during the day, try make the most of it and get plenty of natural light, even though the only thing you could think of is getting a good sleep.

Foods to eat if you want to sleep good

Hot milk is the universal remedy for a good night’s sleep, but there are other products that are just as good in putting us to bed. A good example of such product is kiwi, a fruit that when consumed with an hour before bed makes you fall asleep faster and improves the quality of your sleep because of its high serotonin intake.

Another great food to eat before going to sleep is pistachio, a nut rich in vitamin B6, essential for your body, in order to produce serotonin, the compound that helps you sleep.

Stay away from dark chocolate, green tea or spicy food if you want to avoid having restless sleep.

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