If you’ve ever traveled across multiple time zones, you’ve likely experienced the harsh long-term effects of jet lag: the crushing fatigue, the constant brain fog, the chronic indigestion and other familiar symptoms. No doubt, jet lag can take a toll on your body but it doesn’t have to be that way.
With some proper planning before and after your trip, you can prevent or at least lessen the misery of jet lag so you can hit the ground running once you arrive at your destination. Find out how in this step-by-step infographic!
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Lily Parker is the creator of SleepyBliss.com, a website dedicated to helping you improve the quality of your sleep through informational articles, product reviews, and useful tips. Find out how to get the best sleep you deserve and start loving sleep today!