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We're only a few months in on 2015 but chances are if you enjoy travelling across the globe, you've probably already booked that week-long holiday you look forward to each year.
What you're not looking forward to though, is that unpleasant long haul flight and the jet lag that comes after…
'Jet lag' is a feeling of drowsiness and lethargy experienced after a long aircraft journey. Your body clock controls your sleeping and waking pattern and is set to your local time so that you are hungry in the morning and sleepy in the evening. When travelling across time zones, it can take some time for your body clock to adjust to a new daily routine.
Jet lag is now considered such an issue among long haul fliers that British Airways have worked on putting together a Jet Lag advisor in an attempt to tackle the problem.
Whilst it's hard to actually beat jet lag once it's taken hold there are however ways you can take to the lessen the effects. Pay heed to these 5 golden rules and you won't go wrong.