By Jenny Dreiling
April 8, 2015
Anyone who has ever experienced a jet lag after a long flight knows that it’s a pain. It’s like a headache; you have no idea what it would be like if you had never had one and once it’s there it’s difficult to get rid of it. It is caused by travelling through multiple time zones and results in disorientation, disturbed sleep patterns and lack of strength.¬†In particular if you are travelling for business, you generally¬†won’t have¬†much time to relax once you arrive at your destination. Better rest before the flight and on the way. And if you are flying to London, you do not want to relax. There’s¬†just too many things to do and to see here. To help you avoid jet lags and to make sure you’ll arrive at your destination relaxed and full of energy, follow our guideline and you will be fine.
1) Stay Hydrated
Make sure you know at what time you will be arriving at your destination. If you are arriving during the day, you should arrive well rested. On the contrary, if your flight is arriving at night, it’s better to be tired so that you can sleep well at night and feel energized during the next day. To achieve that, acclimate yourself to your destination’s time zone before you travel. This means adjusting your sleeping and eating routines accordingly before and during your travels.