‘You will feel tired and sluggish!’ Expert shares drink to avoid to sleep well on a flight


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Forget white noise, use pink noise

Pink noise is similar to white noise but plays at a changing frequency and includes sounds such as waves or strong winds.

Research says that the brain listens to the noise and relaxes which could drown out the sound of crying babies.

Max said: “While the studies on pink noise are small, they do show promising results, in one study listening to pink noise decreased the time it took for people to fall asleep by 38 percent.

“If you have listened to white noise on a plane and it didn’t work for you, try pink noise as it could help you to settle quicker and sleep for more of your flight.”



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