Many people have experienced jet lag at one point or another while traveling. Though very common, there are some simple tips you can use to minimize (or even prevent) these symptoms. Start by adjusting your schedule (sleep, eating, etc) to the new time zone a few days before your trip, control your exposure to light according to your natural body rhythm and stay hydrated. To go a step further, consider leaving a day or two early to give yourself extra time to acclimate prior to scheduled activities and consider booking first or business class (increased legroom allows a flatter, reclined position which will help with more recuperative sleep while flying vs. sleeping sitting upright).
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