Body+Soul’s resident sleep expert Olivia Arezzolo shares her seven rules for sleeping well on a plane.
Sleep: it’s free. And we all want more of it, so why is it so hard to get? Specifically – that consistent, restorative, uninterrupted, eight-hours-a-night kinda sleep. Which is why we’ve enlisted Sydney-based sleep expert Olivia Arezzolo to solve our myriad of sleep concerns with our Sleep Well Wednesdays series. Check back every fortnight and you’ll be off to the land of nod before you know it.
Sleeping on a plane. It’s probably not the highlight of your trip, let’s be honest. Marred by memories of being squashed, waking every few hours and feeling exhausted when you land, it’s a coveted skill if you can do it well.
Alas, as your resident sleep coach, it’s a pleasure to share tips and tricks you need to know, so you can get the sleep you need, and arrive at your destination feeling refreshed, revived and ready to go. Here are my seven steps to getting a good night’s sleep on a plane.