Help To Sleep On Long Flights

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TRAVEL TIPS HOW TO SURVIVE LONG FLIGHTS

Hello there, travelers. I'm Marko. I'm Alex. And we are the Vagabrothers. And in this tutorial we are going to share some tips on how to survive a long flight. These days there are direct flights half way around the world, which is great, but it means flights are longer than ever. So we're going to share with you guys 10 tips on how

to survive a flight, and maybe even enjoy it. Number 1: rest before you go. One of the simplest ways to improve your travel experience is to make sure you're well rested before you take off. Even better, the night before you fly adjust your watch to local time at your destination

to help your body get adjusted. Number 2: upgrade your seat. Now most of us can't afford business class, but a lot of airlines offer premium economy, which you can upgrade to using cash or frequent flyer miles. But it never hurts to go to the gate agent with a smile ask if there are any extra seats in the emergency row.

Thank you. Enjoy your flight. Bye. Number 3: once you're on board, get comfortable. Take anything out of your back pack that you might need, like headphones, water bottle, or a book, and then store your bag in the overhead compartment, not down below. Trust me, you're going to want the extra leg room. To get extra comfy, take your shoes off

because cabin pressure affects your circulation. Number 4: dress right. Airplanes get really cold, and a lot of them don't even give you a blanket. They left me with no blanket! So you need to dress warm and wear layers. Jacket, scarves and wool socks are a great call, but leave your skinny jeans at home unless you want a

ten hour wedgie. Ten hour wedgieƩ No thank you! Number 5: pack good gear. Little things can make a big difference. If you plan to sleep, eye shades, neck pillow and ear plugs are crucial and easy to pack. Noise cancelling headphones are great, as are Kindles and tablets. Just make sure you charge everything and

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