The problem with overseas travel from Australia is that everything is so bloody far. By the time you reach your destination, you’re usually grumpy, jet lagged and sleep-deprived, which isn’t an ideal way to start a work trip or holiday. A good night’s sleep can make a world of difference — but that’s easier said that done. The following infographic from Work the World explains everything you need to sleep on planes effectively; including some novel positions that you might not have thought of.
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Work the World is a work-placement organisation servicing healthcare students looking to gain experience overseas. While primarily aimed at travelling students, the below infographic is relevant to anyone who needs to take a long haul flight. It covers everything from travel inventory (noise-cancelling headphones are a must) to sleeping positions. Check out the full range of tips below.
[Via Work the World ]
This story has been updated since its original publication.