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  • Jet lag is a feeling of tiredness, experienced after flying across time zones. The rapid travel disturbs the normal biorhythm of the body; as a result the body
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    Jet lag is a feeling of tiredness, experienced after flying across time zones. The rapid travel disturbs the normal biorhythm of the body; as a result the body's internal clock is unable to cope with the change.

  • The symptoms of jet lag include tiredness or fatigue, day-time drowsiness or difficulty in sleep at night, decrease in mental ability, physical energy and memory, irritability, headache and gastrointestinal discomfort.
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    The symptoms of jet lag include tiredness or fatigue, day-time drowsiness or difficulty in sleep at night, decrease in mental ability, physical energy and memory, irritability, headache and gastrointestinal discomfort.

  • Drink plenty of water during the flight.
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    Drink plenty of water during the flight.

  • You should try to avoid coffee, soft drinks and alcohol during your flight.
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    You should try to avoid coffee, soft drinks and alcohol during your flight.

  • Eat high-protein, low-calorie meals to prevent jet lag.
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    Eat high-protein, low-calorie meals to prevent jet lag.

  • Schedule to arrive at the destination at the usual bed-time and go to sleep, or sleep on the plane and plan to arrive at the usual waking time. You should get a good night sleep before departure.
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    Schedule to arrive at the destination at the usual bed-time and go to sleep, or sleep on the plane and plan to arrive at the usual waking time. You should get a good night sleep before departure.

  • Set the watch according to the destination time halfway through the flight, and start thinking in terms of the new time helps prevent jet lag.
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    Set the watch according to the destination time halfway through the flight, and start thinking in terms of the new time helps prevent jet lag.

  • Spend more time outdoors at the destination as exposure to bright outdoor light helps in faster adjustment.
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    Spend more time outdoors at the destination as exposure to bright outdoor light helps in faster adjustment.

  • A sound and quality sleep also help prevent jet lag. To get quality sleep while flying use ear plugs, eye masks or pillows.
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    A sound and quality sleep also help prevent jet lag. To get quality sleep while flying use ear plugs, eye masks or pillows.

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