Whether you’re traveling for work or fun, jet lag can dampen stuff, especially if your journey takes you through 3 or more time zones.
It takes some time to rest your body to sit in your new time zone. Until then, you may find yourself struggling to stay awake in the afternoon, however, looking up at the ceiling in the middle of the night, making you tired the next day.
Many people tend to be more affected than others. For example my friend E who can sleep whenever he has to, whatever the time, she can quickly eliminate the big changes the time zone that she experienced. Others, like my friend C, who takes a week to sit in daylight, have a harder duration than him. Jet lag can also get worse as you travel to the East rather than the West.
If I only pass through several time zones and only last a few days, I often try to stay at my house for the whole trip – or nearby. After I flew to England, I woke up around five in the morning and slept at 9:30 or 10 when I was there.
But this month, I want to go to America. Fortunately, there are several methods that will strengthen the synchronization of your body so as not to get easily tired and jet lag
Adjust your meals schedule.
Most of us eat every three hours throughout the day that have 10-12 hours of fasting every night while we are sleeping. It has an effective impact on the body. One method for rearranging body whenever you are traveling is to avoid eating round the clock that corresponds to night time in the new time zone.
When you travel to the East, when you travel, eat your last meal at any time to match a dinner at the destination. Do not eat again until breakfast at the destination. When you travel, eat the first meal at any time to match the breakfast at the destination.
This often entails skipping dinner as you travel to the East and skip breakfast as you travel to the West. While this is not very fun, it is really a very effective method to synchronize body for your purposes. Be sure to drink plenty of water.
Basically jumping on a plane that goes to Europe at 5 pm Eastern time, for example, it’s 11 o’clock in Europe. As they serve dinner in flight, it will be one every morning in Europe. Instead of eating, studying, and watching movies on airplanes, I would wear a blindfold and a headset while I was sleeping. Then, I will consume snacks in the morning in the destination-usually just before landing.
When it’s time to go home, I’ll try dinner on the night before the night before traveling. Then, I will sleep all night when I can on a day trip and delay my first meal until noon (breakfast at home). I will eat along the flight, after which I will return England from time to time for dinner in normal time.
Your Body Needs Sunbathing
Exposing you to the end of the morning sun is another very effective method of synchronizing your body to local time. Try to plan your itinerary so you can be outdoors every morning during the day or so after you arrive in the new time zone. You can improve the effects of morning sunlight by exercising.
On the other sidelines during the day, avoid using your phone, computer, or tablet at night-or use sunglasses. The lights released by these units may block the secretion of melatonin night, which causes sleepiness in the bed. Because the sleep time in the neighborhood is long overdue or too fast for you, do not aggravate it with your gadget’s light screen.
Speaking of melatonin, a timely melatonin supplement will also help rearrange the body clock. Once you’re at your destination, try melatonin 3 mg about an hour before bedtime for a few nights. It is also not advisable to drink alcohol after the trip.
Watch your caffeine
Finally, caffeine can help ease drowsiness for those of you who want to stay awake during the trip. But new information suggests that drinking caffeine can affect the body. Using caffeine to cope with jet lag, however, is quite difficult. In addition, to improve performance, the portion of caffeine can also delay the release of melatonin night about an hour. After traveling to the West, you can get involved in this by drinking coffee about three hours before bedtime, which effectively keeps the body back for about an hour.
After traveling to the East, however, you try to set your body forward instead of backwards. Avoid caffeine after breakfast on your day of departure until breakfast at your destination. Do not drink caffeine all day long or night-even though you usually do-before you feel you have adjusted fully to local time.