You know the feeling. You’re tired, nauseous, and having difficulty concentrating. Yup, that’s jet lag – and it’s not just in your imagination.
If you’re a frequent traveller, you’ll know all too well that the symptoms of jet lag are very real. So real in fact, scientists have estimated that it usually takes one full day to recover for every hour of time difference. The mismatch between your internal sleep-wake cycle and the time at your destination can interfere with sleep, hunger, digestion, and other basic body functions–and contribute to jet lag symptoms.
It might not be possible to avoid jet lag symptoms completely, but taking a few simple precautions before, during and after your flight can make an enormous difference and help you recover much more quickly.
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