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Thread: Looking for tips for sleeping on a plane

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    I have one of these and it works surprisingly well

    HOME The Travel Halo

    Having the eyemask integrated is a nice touch and it does not take up a lot of room in a bag.

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    Hi jeffmac! I haven't seen this one before. I wonder if it would work for a shorty like me. Most of my trouble is that the headrest pokes in near the top of my head, bending it forward. I honestly feel like I need to slump in the seat or sit on something to avoid that! Does it really prevent your head from drooping downward as well?

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    Doesn't really help the downward droop, just the left/right, "oops, I drooled on my neighbor" droop.

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    LOL! Ok, good to know!

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    Not sure I could cope with the ihug

    Might send me into screaming claustrophobia.
    List under construction ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffmac View Post
    I have one of these and it works surprisingly well

    HOME The Travel Halo

    Having the eyemask integrated is a nice touch and it does not take up a lot of room in a bag.
    The greatest problem I have to bear is that my head fell either right or towards left, which not only cause pain in my neck but also disturb my sleep. I have just viewed video of awesome travel pillow; it works great. Thanks for sharing.

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    i've tried foam earplugs and etymotics but i've found that the best, most comfortable are mack's silicone Buy Pillow Soft White 6 pair, Best Earplugs for Sleeping, Loud Noises and Swimming | Macks Earplugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwright17 View Post
    Thanks so much for the link, @flitcraft, and SO very sorry about the footrest! I just hate it when that happens!! I'm 5'0" also and am seriously thinking about investing in one.
    At 4'11", I never travel without my footrest. I bought it for a trip to the Netherlands several years ago and now I take it with me for any flight, regardless of length. I use the Back Relax folding footrest. It's about the size of a paperback and fits nicely in a Snake Charmer! I even use it for meetings at work, as I can never adjust the chair well enough to reach the table and touch the floor. I always had to choose table and my feet dangled. Not anymore!

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