After a long day on the road getting voters to feel the Bern, Bernie Sanders reportedly needs to chill out.
When traveling, the 78-year-old senator from Vermont has long deployed a list of “hotel dos and don’ts,” according to a New York Times profile titled “The Bernie Sanders Personality Test.“
To fall asleep more easily, Sanders asks for his hotel rooms to be set at 60 degrees Fahrenheit and, ideally, also include an oscillating fan.
Research from the National Institute of Health backs up Bernie’s room regimen.
According to an NIH study, sleeping in a cooler room can help with sleep and metabolism – though the researchers settled on putting the thermostats at 66 degrees instead.
Times reporters Glenn Thrush and Sydney Ember also report how Sanders has joked that Larry David’s impersonation of him on Saturday Night Live is “more realistic than the genuine article.”
Other hotel quirks from the Democratic presidential contender have included how “the room must be at least five doors away from the ice machine and from the elevator, though the walk to the elevator must not be too long.”
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