Jet lag can suck some of the fun out of travelling, as your body takes a day or two to adjust to a new time zone. How do you fight jet lag when you travel?
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Jet lag happens when your built-in body clock is thrown off and has to readjust. There are a few things you can do to minimise the effects: get used to your new schedule beforehand, stay on your original time zone, adjust your light exposure accordingly. Those solutions can be hit or miss, though. We want to know how you deal with it.
If you’re a pro at coping with jet lag, spill your secrets. How do you prevent, minimise, or deal with it?