You're going to need these for those long-haul flights. 

By Stephanie Walden

This article originally appeared on TravelandLeisure.com.

There are two types of travelers in this world: those who can sleep on planes, and those who can’t.

This one ability—or lack thereof—can make a literal world of difference, particularly for flights any longer than six hours. It’s a matter of landing feeling functional (albeit a bit groggy and stiff) versus arriving at your destination feeling as if you’ve undergone some twisted form of sleep deprivation in an otherworldly dimension of crying babies, arm rest battles, and movies with a max rating of 55 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.

For travelers who fall into the latter category, it’s worth exploring any avenue to secure some precious in-flight shuteye—even if the methods elicit more than a couple raised eyebrows from fellow passengers.

These products that may look a little ridiculous, but may also just do the trick for finally slipping into glorious, elusive slumber in the skies.
 

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