5. Sleep Benefits
Some may argue that a Disney vacation leaves them feeling more tired than when they left. But Suzy Strutner of Huffpost reports, “If you need to build a healthier sleep routine (and let’s face it, you probably do), then vacation is the easiest time to take action. You’ll likely be on a break from work, so avoiding your phone and computer before bedtime — a key ingredient to healthy sleep — will be easier to do. Experts say a new bed helps you detach from the usual stress you feel at home, and vacation schedules leave more free time for sleep.” Though a Disney trip may be physically demanding, we all know that’s different than sleep-deprived exhaustion. If you choose to build in time for sleep at Disney, you could reap long-term benefits.