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With a couple of six-plus hour trips coming up in the next few months, I’ve been taking notes on how to survive long flights. It’s been a few years since I’ve been on an international trip, and while I was able to nap for more or less the whole trip in university and high school, I have a sneaking suspicion sleep won’t come as easily this time.

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When it comes to surviving a long flight and the ensuing jet lag, we've suggested downloading some podcasts (or TV shows/movies), bringing a book and remembering to get up and move every now and then. You'll also want to stay hydrated, bring some snacks and remember to charge all of your electronics ahead of time. Have a trip of your own coming up? Consider some of these recommendations.

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Is getting off a long-haul flight feeling (and looking) super — or even somewhat — human actually possible? Apparently yes! And to prove it we've roped in Miranda Kerr to show us how it's done — because, if anyone has nailed a jet lag-proof in-flight routine, you know it's got to be her.

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Holidaying in another time zone often means being the victim of jet lag, which can make the first few days of your trip tough. Here are a few tricks I've used over my years of travelling to make sure jet lag doesn't stop me from making the most of my holiday time.

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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 is no joke, but you don't have to resign yourself to suffering. Along with getting some extra sun at just the right time, prepping before your trip, and a good cup of tea, here are a few ways you can beat back the effect of jet lag, whether you're flying east (when it's worse) or west.

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If you frequently travel overseas for work, your friends probably envy your "glamorous" lifestyle. The reality is lonely hotel rooms, tedious stopovers and cursed, never-ending jet lag. If your travels abroad leave you feeling endlessly exhausted, you need to try these nine natural remedies.

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The human circadian oscillator -- or "body clock" -- is linked intrinsically to insulin, new scientific research has found. If you're suffering from jet lag, it's therefore possible to reset your body clock by eating a large, insulin-releasing meal before going to bed. Sounds good to us!

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Long flights across many time zones often leave us feeling fatigued, sleepy, irritable and generally out of sorts. And it's not just because of poor sleep on the plane and dehydration from the altitude – the feelings persist for several days.