In the Forums, dwright17 asked: "Does anyone have any tips for sleeping on the plane?"
Here's excerpts of just a few of the responses:
tCook: "I like the Bucky eye mask that comes with ear plugs - the padded area below the eye blocks out a lot of light and feels comfortable to me. I listen to music and use the Bose QuietComfort 15 or current number - the around-ear fit is better (for me) than any on- or in-ear noise canceling headphones I tried."
GriffCouch: "EarPeace plugs block noise, but allow me to have a conversation without shouting at the other person. I discovered them after my most recent international flight, but I wish I had had them then. They have been great for me on multiple domestic flights."
Badger: "I sometimes use a white noise app, but I generally listen to music. I almost always wear a hoody on the plane. I just pull it over my head and pass out. Sometimes if I take a red-eye I pop a mini bottle or two of whiskey in my 311 bag to consume after we've reached cruising altitude. Those are always helpful."
jea: "I bought a pair of really lightweight, black cotton warm up pants at H&M. Cost about $12 and roll up to/weigh almost nothing. On an overnight flight or transatlantic I'll have these in my Synapse and change into them prior to sleep."