Jet lag; known as desynchronosis to some, circadian dysrhythmia to others. It can definitely be a downer on an otherwise exciting vacation.
You know the feeling, you sit on a plane for an extended amount of time, crossing multiple time zones, only to reach your destination and realize your internal clock is all messed up. But never fear! There are ways to defeat this annoying (yet, somehow unavoidable) symptom of long distance travel.
We found a couple infographics that share some helpful tips for beating jet lag. Take a look and see if any of these strategies work for you on your next extended flight.
If you’re looking for even more tips on how to prepare for long-haul flights and fighting jet-lag, check out this article from The Next Web: Your guide to surviving long-haul flights: What to pack, eat and do to avoid jet lag
How do you deal with jet lag? What strategies have you used to fight it?