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For those who struggle to fall asleep on a plane, Martin recommended listening to white noise music as it “significantly improves sleep for people who experience difficulty due to high levels of environmental noise”.

Other items passengers can bring on board to help them sleep include noise-cancelling headphones, earplugs and eye masks, which he said are “essentials”.

“You should also bring a travel pillow. The best are those that are made of soft memory foam and that surround your neck, giving you extra support whilst you sleep upright.

“However, if you are limited by a lack of space, you can bring a large scarf that can be rolled around your neck for support or used as a blanket if the flight gets chilly,” he added.


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