One of my favorite things, whenever I’m on a long-haul flight, is discovering the different methods and techniques people have to fall asleep. Some are easy — they just close their eyes and manage to drift away (I’m one of those boring sleepers); some others get into apparently uncomfortable and difficult positions, but it’s clear they work for them. Then you have the unlucky ones, those who are constantly moving and changing position, those who never manage to fall asleep.

If you still haven’t found your perfect position to sleep on a plane, don’t worry. There are probably things you haven’t tried yet and this infographic, put together by Worktheworld, can help you. These are the best ways to fall asleep on a plane, have you already tried them all?