Unless you're lucky enough to bum a Xanax from the lady sitting next to you in coach, chances are you have a rough time falling asleep on a plane.
The boredom, the turbulence, the crappy in-flight movie — most travelers like to be unconsious for as much of it as possible. The problem is, it's hard get comfortable when there's a kid crying in the next seat, or a beverage tray clanking down the aisle.
Fortunately, the folks at British intern-placement firm Work the World have had plenty of experience in this area, and they've created a handy infographic full of things you can do to increase your chances of sleep.
Have a look below to learn their tips, not one of which involves sneaking into a stranger's purse and rummaging around for a loose Valium.