2) Eat Right to Avoid Jet-lag
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the things you consume can affect how jet lagged you will be after a long flight. And if you travel far frequently or just want to enjoy a rare vacation, this is highly significant. After all, jet-lag can interfere with your schedule following a flight through different time zones. Though you may think that caffeine will help you stay up and avoid jet-lag, coffee can dehydrate you and exacerbate the issue. Alcohol and overeating are also problematic, according to Visitors Coverage. You will be better off staying hydrated and eating healthy snacks or meals on the plane. Highly processed items, whether bought at the airport or served on the plane, can dehydrate you further. Additionally, if you start to shift your meal schedule a few days before arriving in a different time zone, you will adjust better.
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