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« on: March 15, 2019, 04:05:17 pm »

How to sleep on a plane

Sleeping on a plane makes your flight more pleasant.

I'm an experienced world traveler, and my least favorite part of travel is the process of getting from one place to another. Sleeping on airplanes is a great way to make the time go faster and arrive at your destination rested up and ready to explore. I often find sleep elusive under the best of conditions, but sitting in a tiny seat with lighting I can't control, surrounded by people making all kinds of noises? It's a challenge. But over the years I've learned how to get decent sleep on airplanes, with the help of these tips and some great products. Bring on the red-eye flight, I'm ready for you!

Eat right

You don't want to overeat or indulge in fatty or spicy foods before or during your flight. Heavy food can make you feel uncomfortable as your body works in overtime to digest it. At the same time, you don't want to let yourself get so hungry that your stomach is growling. Intestinal distress certainly isn't compatible with sl...

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