You get what you pay for when you fly in economy, which is to say, not much. Yes, some airlines are upping the ante in terms of coach class amenities, but it takes a whole lot more than extra snacks or an added inch of legroom to feel comfortable in the cheap seats. That's especially true when you're strapped in for a long-haul overnight flight, twisting and turning between the armrests in hopes of tuckering yourself out enough to pass out slack-jawed for a few hours.
Luckily, with a little planning, you can set yourself up for some successful shuteye by following a few tips and stashing away some low-profile essentials to create a cozy cocoon. To make it easy, we've pulled together a list of things you should keep in your carry-on to help doze off unfazed during your next long flight, and also wake up feeling refreshed.