More and more apps are promising to help you catch some shut eye on the road, reports The New York Times.

Some of us have enough trouble sleeping in our beds at home, let alone while traveling or changing time zones.

There are those who drift off by instructing their Amazon Alexa or Google Home to play recordings of babbling brooks and cicadas. Others listen to podcasts like “Sleep With Me” which tells dull bedtime stories. Some watch YouTube videos of people whispering or performing mundane tasks, or listen to electronic and ambient music, like the British group Marconi Union’s “Weightless (Ambient Transmissions Vol. 2),” which has been reported to induce deep relaxation.

What might do the trick for you?