So you booked a red-eye flight. Sleep is imperative if you want to stay awake during that cross-country wedding you'll be arriving at come daybreak, but we all know the truth. When it comes to getting shut-eye on a plane—truly good, quality shut-eye—the odds are not in our favor. If you're someone who struggles to fall and stay asleep during air travel, read on. There are quite a few smart tactics that will improve your airborne sleeping skills. It's worth a try, wouldn't you say? Read on for some useful tips.
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