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Few Tricks for Falling Asleep On a Plane

Are you feeling so tired? But no time to sleep, because you have an urgent air travel? Follow these tricks and you will be sleep in flight and feel fresh after your travel.


Chose the Right Seat:

Always choose window seats. They are best for sleeping because you have a place to lean against and you don’t have to move to allow other passengers pass.

Buckle Your Belt:

Before sleep makes sure your seat belt is secured so flight attendants won’t have to wake you if there is turbulence.

Get a Good Travel Pillow:

In market there are lots of different travel pillows; each with their own pros and cons. Find one that works for you and stick with it. The more you make it a part of your routine, the more likely you are to get comfortable with it. You prefer inflatable pillows because they take less space and are easy to transport.

Cover Your Eyes:

Always keep eye mask on travel. In airplane lights can be turned off and on numerous times. To prevent yourself from being woken up by sudden light changes, invest in an eye mask.

Wear Noise-Cancelling Headphones:

If it is your habit to listen to the music before sleep, try to do the same on a plane or if you prefer to sleep in silence, download a white-noise track to your iPod and invest in some noise-cancelling headphones. This will help you fall asleep and stay asleep through the sound in flight and the noise of your neighbours.

Wear Comfortable Clothes:

Always try to wear comfortable clothes in air travel. Wearing clothing that is constricting makes it hard to get and stay comfortable when you’re in tight spaces.

Flight Time:

Try to make sure that your longest air travel leaves in the late in evening, so you can fall asleep on the plane at a time when you naturally sleepy.

Free Your Feet:

Remove your shoes on plane; it gives some more room to stretch out. Try to bring along travel slippers so your feet are comfortable and not constricted. This is especially important if you are sleeping on a long flight and not getting up to walk around and stretch.

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