When it comes to travel, jet lag has to be one of the hardest things that many of us face. Now, seasoned pro’s definitely don’t let it get to them. And when you’re traveling long haul – but only for a short time, you also often have to make sure that you can conquer it too. After all, you might only have a set amount of time to explore the area in which you’re going. So it’s important to get your jet lag in check. And here’s what could help you.
Immediately Get On With The Time
When you land, it can be very tempting to want to go to sleep if you’ve not slept, or stay up if you’ve slept on the flight. But don’t. You have to just get with the time immediately. If it’s morning, stay away. If it’s night, go to bed. It’s that simple. Your body will get there, if you force it too!
Being as healthy as possible helps too. If you’re someone that eats well and exercises, your energy levels should be on point. And this can help you to adjust. Try to drink a lot of water and stay hydrated too – as this will also help your body to adjust.
Adjust Your Sleep
But then also, you might want to work on your sleeping patterns on the run up to the flight. The infographic below show’s a great example of how this could work. Because if you work to get your body on the right time zone now, it may be much easier for you when you land.
Infographic Design By mattressadvisor.com