How to Sleep Better During Long Flights

How to Sleep Better During Long FlightsHow to Sleep Better During Long Flights
Traveling can be physically exhausting, especially when you are flying long distances
Lack of sleep can take a toll on your mental health and make you groggy before the relaxation part of your vacation has even started. These useful strategies listed on Quora will help maximize your beauty sleep on long flights.
Opt for the Window Seat
Not only will you have something to lean your head against, you also won’t be rudely awakened by passengers wanting to get up to stretch their legs or use the lavatory .
Don’t Fall Asleep Right After Take Off
While you’re likely to fall asleep during pressurization of the cabin right after take-off, your sleep will be interrupted shortly after the plane levels off and flight attendants begin serving beverages. It is better to wait until everyone has settled into their seats and the lights are switched off.
Bring a Neck Pillow
Though they may look funny, they are incredibly useful in preventing neck cramps when you are sleeping. They ensure that your head will rest in a comfortable and safe position as you sleep.
Take Off Your Shoes
You wouldn’t sleep with your shoes on at home, so why do it on the plane? The aim is to maximize your comfort as if you were sleeping soundly under the covers of your own bed. If you get cold easily and like to wear sandals, remember to bring socks.
Book a Nonstop Flight Closest to Your Sleeping Hours
If you are flying quite a distance, red-eye flights might not be so bad. You’re more likely to fall asleep when you fly through the night since your body’s natural clock will tell you it’s time to snooze.
Noise Canceling Headphones
If you are a light sleeper, it may be well worth it to invest in headphones from Headphonage that will block out noise from your surroundings. That way, you won’t want to cry yourself to sleep like the baby next to you.
Put on an Eye Mask
Eye masks can help eliminate distracting light and help you fall asleep faster. When your brain senses darkness, it begins production of a sleep chemical called melatonin. It’s a simple and effective solution to sleeping well on long flights.
h/t: BI
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