What is Jet Lag and 5 Ways To Manage it.

The other week, I went to New York and it was the first time I travelled out of Europe. As it was a 7 hour flight, I wish I prepared myself for jet lag. If you are going on a long-haul flight, I invite you to read my post, ‘What is Jet Lag and 5 Ways to Manage it.’

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9 thoughts on “What is Jet Lag and 5 Ways To Manage it.

  1. I find I manage the time zone changes within North America (up to three hours) quite well. It’s interesting that you say your return trip was easier. When I travel to England, I find it the opposite. I’ve found the trick to travelling East (to England) to stay up all day when I arrive, and then get an early night. Coming home always messes me up. I wake up in the wee hours of the morning for days. Mind you, I do that when I don’t travel.

  2. The trick of going to bed an hour earlier or later is good. I have already tried it. I also try to sleep on the plane. I got headphones that cancel the sound and that helps.
    Hope you love New York!

  3. I’m so tried all the time nowadays, that I’m not even sure if I’d notice if I’m jet lagged, as long as I didn’t have to get up earlier the first day. Great tips

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