Sleep doctors weigh in on the best ways to get some R&R in the air, reports Shape.

Airplane cabin noise can vary between 82 decibels (a garbage disposal) and 105 decibels (a power lawnmower), says Timothy I. Morgenthaler, M.D., codirector of the Center for Sleep Medicine at the Mayo Clinic. ICYW, some of that comes from the engine, but a lot comes from wind, and even from the AC. That’s not just bad for your sleep: “The threshold of hearing damage is considered to be 85 decibels for more than eight hours,” he says.