Air travel has become one of the biggest headaches for Americans who are struggling with sleep.

With the advent of smartphones and tablets, we can all benefit from a good night of sleep and even sleep deprivation.

But what about those of us who don’t have the time or space to travel?

That’s when a sleep consultant comes in.

That’s right, a sleep therapist.

And they’re here to help.

We asked some of our experts to share tips on how to deal with sleep deprivation and how to keep your head above water.

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Put your phone in the car seat to avoid sleep deprivationThe most common type of sleep deprivation is sleep apnea, which can cause breathing difficulties and even suffocation.

Sleep apnea is also often referred to as obstructive sleep apnia or OSA.

It is when your airway constricts.

If you have OSA, it’s not uncommon for you to be unable to breathe or feel any pressure in your chest.

It can also cause chest pain and heart rate to increase.

So if you’ve ever been in a car seat, put your phone or other electronic devices in the seat to help prevent this type of deprivation.

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Avoid getting too comfortableThe best way to get comfortable is to take a break every once in a while.

So, do take a moment to stretch and relax.

If the problem is that you’re too tired to move, you can also do some light yoga or deep breathing.

3.

Take a nap if it’s safe and relaxing.

Even if you have no idea what’s happening in your body, take a nap every few hours.

And if you can, consider a short nap in between meals.

You may even find yourself having to switch between sleeping and waking modes.

4.

Take time to rechargeYour body will thank you.

So take time to take your energy and refresh your body.

Take at least 10 minutes each morning to take breaks from your work and your phone.

If this is too difficult, you may want to try a 10-minute walk to get your energy back.

5.

Stay in touch with loved onesIf you’re tired of the same old phone calls, texts, and emails every day, you might want to check in with loved one.

You can do this by simply checking in with them via Facebook, text or email.

You will be sure to hear from them regularly.

6.

Get a massageIf you have a sore throat, your body will react.

This may cause you to cough and sneeze.

It may also cause you discomfort.

A massage can help you ease into this discomfort.

7.

Don’t drink coffeeYou may have noticed that many people drink coffee on a regular basis, so you may have missed out on this great treat.

If so, take advantage of a cup of hot water at least twice a day to prevent dehydration.

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Make sure you have plenty of waterThe best time to water your plants is in the morning, but even then, there’s no need to drink a lot of water.

Water is vital to keeping your body hydrated and to prevent a cold or flu.

To make sure you drink plenty of fresh water, try this simple water filter: Place the filter on a kitchen counter and place the filter over a bucket of ice water.

Fill the bucket with filtered water and then leave it in the sun.

This will allow you to replenish your body’s water stores with fresh water.

9.

Drink more waterIf you haven’t been doing this, you are missing out on some of the benefits of drinking plenty of clean water.

For example, drinking enough water may help your body absorb excess salts and prevent dehydration, which is what happens when you are dehydrated.

Another reason to drink more water is to keep the body hydration level high.

So make sure to drink plenty each day to maintain this high level of hydration.

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Take regular exerciseThe most important thing you can do to prevent or cure sleep apathy is exercise.

Regular exercise is one of your best ways to get a full night’s rest.

And while it may seem counterintuitive, exercise can help the body to heal itself and become more resilient.

Some experts recommend running at least five to 10 minutes per hour.

Another tip: take a 10 minute walk every few minutes to refresh your muscles and relax your body and muscles.

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Take extra time to cookIt’s possible to have more sleep than you realize if you eat too much.

It’s important to be conscious of eating out or eating at restaurants with little to no preparation.

For this reason, we strongly recommend you try to eat more than you eat in a day.

To get more rest, try to stay within your calorie deficit.

And to get more nutrients, consume less than your daily calorie needs.

12.

Exercise regularlyIf you’ve been getting sick, it may be important to exercise more.

Exercise can help your muscles heal, increase your energy levels, and help you stay