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One of the first things many people think about when they have a long flight ahead is that they should use the time as an opportunity to get some sleep. While it’s a good thought, most of us have trouble getting a decent nap, let alone a few hours of sleep.
“Everyone wants to get some rest on the airplane,” says flight attendant Betty Thesky, on Yahoo. "But crowded airplanes, small seats, and crying babies don’t always dovetail with restful slumber,” she adds.
Sleeping on a plane can be a challenge. The seats are uncomfortable and there are distractions, yet we still try our best. No one wants to spend the first 36 hours of their holiday recovering from a flight and shaking the effects of jet lag.
At some point in your journey, it is a good idea to try to get some sleep. These are the top 10 tips that should help you arrive at your destination refreshed and ready for the day ahead: