IF you struggle to sleep on a plane, then thankfully flight attendants have you covered in helping you get some shut-eye.
A number of cabin crew staff have revealed there's an item they swear by for sleeping on a plane – and it only costs £17.
The Dot & Dot Travel Pillow is a memory foam neck pillow that clips together around a passenger's neck.
But while a lot of travellers might already have a neck pillow, this one is different.
Most travel pillows are rigidly u-shaped and can't be adjusted to create a new shape that might be more comfortable.
But the memory foam Dot & Dot Travel Pillow is fully adjustable and can be twisted and shaped into a range of positions to help you get comfy so you can sleep.
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It can also be straightened and used as back support or a headrest.
The product has received extremely positive reviews, with an average of 4.3 stars based on more than 10,000 ratings.
A flight attendant wrote: "As a flight attendant, I have travelled extensively over the years and could ever find a neck pillow I liked.
"This pillow is perfect! You can adjust it to any position you need and it stays until you change it. It works on the plane with a window, middle or aisle seat."
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"Would definitely recommend it to everyone."
Another flight attendant put: "I travel with this pillow all the time. In hotel rooms I use it to support my neck, on the plane I use it to support my lumbar area. When I drive it helps my lower back."
The Dot & Dot Travel Pillow is available on Amazon for $23 on the US site.
While it isn't available on the UK website, we have found similar options from £17, which also have great reviews.
A Tiktoker revealed that most people are using their travel pillow wrong.
Sidneyraz shared a video explaining that it's far more comfortable to wear a travel pillow back to front so your neck is supported when you tilt your head forward.
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