1.) Listen to Your Body
To make sure your body adjusts to its new time zone the sooner you land, you might need to force your body to do some activities either before, during or after your flight.
While this is general advice that expert travelers, pilots, and stewards give, it is also important to listen to your own body. The signals it sends you shouldn’t be overlooked. Your first long haul light could be confusing, but after a while, you will know what works best for your body and mind.
Now that you know the top tips for how to beat jet lag, use them to make your next trip easier.