Jet lag can't be prevented, butyou can try some strategies that may reduce its effects.
Some of these strategies have been studied in laboratory simulations of jet lag, but haven't necessarily been tested on people experiencing jet lag after real flights.
Before you travel:
During the flight:
Try to get some sleep if it's night time when you arrive at your destination.You may find using ear plugs and an eye mask useful.
It may be better to stay on "home time" whentaking a short trip (less than three to four days). If possible, arrange activities and sleep to coincide with the timeat home.
Find out what causes jet lag plus how to treat and prevent it.
The symptoms of jet lag can vary from person to person. The severity of jet lag symptoms depends on the number of time zones crossed.
Jet lag occurs when the body has to adapt to a new light-dark schedule and normal daily routine after crossing several time zones.
To help reduce the effects of jet lag, establish a new routine when you arrive at your destination. Don't sleep when you arrive at your destination and spend time outdoors.
Jet lag can't be prevented, but you can try some strategies that may reduce its effects.