2.) It Affects Your Sleep Quality
A 2010 study by Bloom Et Al. in the Netherlands proves that getting a vacation improves your sleep quality. This actually makes a lot of sense. When you’re unwinding in a place far from work and home, your brain might feel more relaxed and fall asleep better.
But for this to happen, you will need to make sure you treat your jet lag accordingly. If you’re a frequent flyer, you need to take actions to get back on schedule as fast as possible. Avoid coffee before and after taking off, have a good night sleep before your flight, avoid arriving at night and try to split up your long-haul flight.