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Tips For Constant Traveler from JetLag to helping you feel grounded
As much as we all love to travel, it can be a little ungrounding at times. Not only are you away from home and sleeping in your own bed, but living out of a suitcase, a lack of structure and the... Read more

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Carrot Juice Oxygenates and Beats Jet Lag
Consuming carrots (and other oxygenating vegetables) before, during and after a flight reduces jet lag so much, honestly. I tried this after chatting to an air stewardess about my problems with jet... Read more

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Eat at the time of the destination
Eat big meals at the time zone of your destination to adjust your body clock Read more

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Preventative Jet Lag
Quick tips for preventing jet lag Read more

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Change your Watch
This is a very simple trick my father who travels a lot taught me. As soon as you get on the plane, change your watch to the time of the destination. Never again refer back to the time where you... Read more

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Essential for the Jetsetter
Taking melatonin pills helps regulate your sleep cyle to beat the effects of jet lag Read more

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Force yourself to stay awake
After a long flight and many time zones you may be tempted to take a nap. The first day, stay awake as long as possible and avoid naps - go to sleep at the right time for the timezone you're in. Read more

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H20 H20 H20
Dehydration makes jet lag symptoms so much worse! Make sure to drink 2 bottles of water every 3 hours while flying. Read more

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Start adjusting the moment you get on the flight.
The moment you get on the plane put your phone on the time of your destination and do what ever you would be doing at that time,( ie sleeping, awake etc..) and drink a lot of water. Read more

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Water, healthy food & exercise
Drinking lots of water prior to boarding a plane and during the flight, eating healthy food on planes and exercise straight after a long haul flight can really help to fight jet-lag Read more

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Sprayology Travel Ease Spray
Best cure for jet lag - does exactly what it says on the label, which is combat symptoms of jetlag like tiredness, dehydration, disorientation and sleeplessness. Read more

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Wake up at the new time....
Even if you are shattered, make sure you get up for at least two hours at the new time zone, then you can go back to bed for a few days. Read more

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How to Reduce Jet Lag
Jet lag is a very real phenomenon, but if you take some simple steps you can adapt to a new time zone smoothly. Read more

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Here comes the sun
Vitamin D is a great way to beat jet lag, so after getting off a long flight, take a walk outside in the sun. Read more

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Open your shades
Getting a source of light directly to your eyes (waking up to the sun or a bright light) helps to prevent and get rid of jet lag. Read more

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Drink water in the morning
Traveling can make you dehydrated, and being dehydrated makes you even more tired and groggy. Force yourself to drink a large glass of water as soon as you wake up each morning until you're back... Read more

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Dancing
As soon as the jet lag hits you need to get yourself to a dance class, nightclub or just turn up the music in your living room. It completely re-energises you before tiring you out and helps to get... Read more

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Party through the night
Before a long flight, party all night the night before, so you are exhausted and sleep the entire flight. Seems to help you adjust quicker and lets be honest, its fun Read more

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