I hop time zones at least once a month, and typically don’t have the luxury of a leisurely day when I land. Over the years, I’ve picked up a few tricks for beating jet lag that I’d love to share with you. Here’s a list of my jet lag beating travel routine.
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If you're taking a long haul flight trying to get some sleep is a good idea as it will leave you feeling more rested and may help you to avoid jet lag. The problem is that unless you can afford a first class or business class seat that offers flat beds, it can be difficult to get comfortable enough to rest. Due to this problem 'Work the World' has created this handy infographic that will show you how to fall asleep during your flight! Take a look!
Flying with kids? Avoid jet lag baby, jet lag toddler and jet lag children with my 10 tips on tacking jet lag in children.