From quick cross-country flights to international flights of a longer duration, jet lag can hit us when we least want it to. Preparing your body and mind for your travels and your new schedule will help you to better adjust and reduce the effects of jet lag. Begin adjusting your internal clock a bit each day before traveling. Stay hydrated and eat healthy snacks on the plane that will keep your blood sugar stable. Avoid any caffeine consumption or alcohol. Consider taking vitamins or supplements with you to keep your immune system at full function.
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