The 2017 Nobel Prize in the category of Physiology or Medicine has been awarded to three scientists for their work on researching the mechanisms that drive a person’s inner biological clock. Our biological clocks allow us to adapt to the daily light cycles caused by the earth’s rotation, which helps control many functions like hormones, sleep, body temperature, metabolism, and overall health.
Jet lag is common for those traveling long distances, and is caused by a temporary disruption of your internal circadian clocks, and often results in fatigue and sleepiness. For people who experience chronic circadian rhythm disruptions, there are increased risks of various diseases.
When you’re on-the-go, it’s important to choose a hotel that helps you maintain a healthy circadian rhythm.
How the Rosen Inn Helps
Getting a good night’s sleep is key to maintaining your circadian rhythm, and the Rosen Inn is equipped with your rest in mind. Some of the ways we accommodate all types of circadian rhythms include:
• UV Blocking Blackout Curtains – Not everybody’s circadian rhythm has them falling asleep when it’s dark out, which is why our rooms come equipped with curtains that totally block out the sunlight so you can sleep your best. They are also incredibly useful for those traveling from other time zones who may be tired during daylight in our time zone.
• Climate Adjustable Rooms – Each of our rooms comes with its own air conditioning unit and thermostat, so you can adjust it to the perfect temperature to get a comfortable night’s sleep.
• Drinks and Snacks Available Anytime – It’s hard to sleep well on an empty stomach, but we’ve made it easy to get a quick snack or drink any time you need it with our Lite Bite Express located right in the lobby.
When you plan a trip to Orlando, the last thing you want to do is spend part of your vacation feeling jet lagged and miserable. Book your stay at the hotel that gives you the amenities you need to maintain your circadian rhythm, and get a great night’s sleep away from home. Book your stay at the Rosen Inn today at (407) 996-4444.