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This year is flying by, and we are already in March, so you've probably already booked your vacation for this year if you love to travel and see the world.
However, something that can really put people off is the nasty long haul flight and the jet lag to follow…
The feeling of drowsiness and lethargy experienced after a long aircraft journey is known as 'jet lag'. You body's clock works off your local time, setting your sleeping and eating times. It may take some time for your body to adjust to the new time zones if you are travelling quite far.
Jet lag is a big issue among long haul fliers, so British Airways have decided to create a Jet Lag advisor to try to combat the problem.
It is difficult to beat off jet lag once it has started, but following these 5 golden rules could help prevent it's effects: