You’ve been planning and looking forward to your trip for months, and your itinerary is packed full of things you want to do, but when you get there, you find yourself feeling sluggish and sleep deprived.
Jet lag, or circadian dysrhythmia, is a temporary sleep disorder where your body’s internal clock isn’t in sync with your new time zone. It can have you nodding off over coffee and croissants in Paris, or struggling to sleep the night before an important meeting.
Your trip doesn’t have to be a nightmare! We’ve put together 5 hacks to ease the pain of crossing time zones and help you beat jet lag once and for all.