Jet lag, also called jet lag disorder, is a temporary sleep problem that can affect anyone who quickly travels across multiple time zones. Your body has its own internal clock (circadian rhythms) that signals your body when to stay awake and when to sleep.
Hopefully, you have taken our advice on getting prepared before changing time zones, but if you didn’t there are still things you can do on the plane to help you reduce those jet lag symptoms.
Drink plenty of water
Try to get sleep while on the plane
Get some natural light exposure as soon as you can
Try not to sleep right away when you land, try to get sleep until the appropriate time
It is normal that when making a trip we feel a bit of anxiety, we worry about making all the preparations, due to the stress of the airport and the fatigue of the flight.
Follow some of these tips to help you combat travel anxiety.
your bags early. Start packing a week early, don’t leave everything for the day
before your flight.
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to the airport early. It is very stressful to be doing everything in a hurry
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2 hours before your flight to avoid any setback.
well. It is important to have the base of a good meal before a flight, pamper
yourself a little and eat something that nourishes you and at the same time you
enjoy a lot.
Find what to entertain on your flight. Bring books, download movies or series, listen to music or take a nap to speed up your flight time