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Tips to avoid jetlag in travel

It takes me a couple of days everytime I travel to adjust to the new time zone. A large number of people, including me, experience jetlag in their travel, but following some simple tips can help them avoid or even lessen the impact of jetlag.

It can start with diet, since foods with high protein make you feel alert whereas those with high carbohydrate levels make you feel sleepy. On-flight tips can help you avoid jetlag as well such as drinking lots of water, setting the watch to where you are traveling, eating and sleeping according to the new time zone, and not overeating since it makes you sluggish.

Fore more information about this, you can watch the video below by CTV’s health specialist Dr. Rhonda Low:

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Comment from tourism
Time June 29, 2019 at 2:58 PM

Hello,
If you’re able to sleep while you fly, go for a red-eye so you can sleep overnight and make the transition as seamless as possible. While travel If you’re not able to sleep on a plane, choose a flight that arrives early enough for you to get to your final destination, into bed, and sleep to get a full night’s rest.

Comment from safe travel
Time July 4, 2019 at 9:21 AM

Yes! If you’re able to sleep while you fly, go for red-eye so you can sleep overnight and make the transition as seamless as possible. If you’re not able to sleep on a plane, choose a flight that arrives early enough for you to get to your final destination, into bed, and sleep to get a full night’s rest.

Comment from dark tourism
Time July 8, 2019 at 7:06 AM

I love watching movies in the theaters or on a large flat screen TV. But, when you are on the road, on an airplane or lying horizontally in bed, watching movies on your phone can be the best solution.

Comment from Taxi Prices
Time July 10, 2019 at 7:25 AM

I just set out on an around the world trip, I’m definitely in the snapshot and postcard crowd as I move from sight to sight and city to city every few days. I’m hopeful shooting every day will help improve my photography, but I didn’t give myself much time to go out and shoot with intention. I might need to start scheduling an hour or two a day just to go out and shoot.

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