InstaSleep Reviews Team article notes:
- Comfortable and warm clothes inspire sleepiness for a reason. If you want to sleep on the plane, try wearing an oversized hoodie, or looping a huge pashmina over your shoulders and around your neck. Don’t forget your big, thick socks.
- Want to avoid jet lag? Flight attendant Laurie Evans has over 10 years of experience flying with WestJet. She suggested using melatonin supplements to make the most of the short time you might have available for sleeping.
One of my favorite things to do on any flight over four hours is take a refreshing nap. But it’s not always easy to curl up and fall asleep in cramped and uncomfortable airline seats. So how do flight attendants, who sometimes have to catch some shut-eye in an overhead bin, do it all the time?
This article was selected by the InstaSleep Reviews Team. Please enjoy this read and learn about the five secrets on how to sleep on a plane, as shared by flight attendants.