Bedtimes Literature Review

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INTRODUCTION: “Sleep that knits up the ravelled sleeve of care ,balm of hurt minds, great nature’s second course, chief nourisher in life’s feast”- In Macbeth, William Shakespeare - 1606. The hotels in India have woken up to the fact that sound sleep for the guest is an important aspect during his stay in the hotel.A study by Philips notes that modern lifestyles have made Indians sleep-deprived. A sleep insufficiency is known to negatively impact workplace productivity, quality of life and severely compromise overall health. And now to cater to this set of well-heeled clientele, most of who often enjoy eating in high-end restaurants after work hours, are exotic gourmet four-course options that brim with ingredients rich in vitamin…show more content…
Our winning approach to well-being continues to resonate with guests and local communities around the world, who aim to leave our hotels feeling better than when they arrived.” Manjit Gill, Corporate Chef, ITC Hotels, DNA India magazine, 2017, “A collaborative effort between scientists at the ITC Life Sciences Research Centre and the culinary team at ITC Hotels provided insights on how consumption of certain foods have a positive impact on the quality of sleep. Our study over the last few months shows enhancement in the quality of Sleep on consumption from the 'Sleep' menu. The menu follows a holistic wellness approach amalgamating the knowledge available within traditional Indian culinary sciences, thus bringing to the fore indigenous ingredients such as gulkand and popped lotus seeds, among

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