"Plenty of fluid is often a great remedy," said Margo.
"Avoid the temptations of the mini-bar. There's no harm in one glass of wine as it could actually relax you. But don't go too crazy. You'll end up dehydrated and that prevents you from getting into the deeper realms of sleep."
Choosing the right foods and when to eat them is important too. If possible time your meals around your normal sleep pattern. Avoid sugary foods as they are a stimulant.
"Turkey, milk, oats and honey are great sleepy foods," Margo added.
5) If all else fails...try a sleeping aid:
"Sleeping tablets for some people can be helpful," said Margo. Natural remedies like magnesium are also good.
"Some business travelers have it down to a fine art with their own regime. If you're not an habitual user then you're going to be more sensitive, so be careful."
Laurie also warns of the dangers surrounding dosage. "Sleeping tablets are the easiest way to ensure a good rest. But be mindful of how long the flight is.
"Plenty of times I've had people passed out at the table, trying to wake them out because we've landed an hour early.
"If you have a shorter flight then be sure to half the dosage."