9 NATURAL WAYS TO CURE JET LAG #INFOGRAPHIC

9 NATURAL WAYS TO CURE JET LAG #INFOGRAPHIC

Based on easy flying exhaustion and the effort to make a long journey, it would be awful after a long-haul flight until lately many felt. Alternatively, studies have shown that the jet lag is in fact the organism's adaptive response to the unpleasant trip through time zones. The irregular daylight exposure to the circadian rhythm doesn't synchronize us–the same inner clock that tells the birds to sing.

Just as birds have been shown to adapt to the artificial circumstances of urban life, if we operate intelligently with our environment, we beings can better deal with the jet lag. This is a huge relief for all those who don't want to start their holidays with a quick assembled improper cocktail over - the-counter remedies.

The key is by tapping on the regulatory system to regulate our sleep. A good way to force our body to understand the fresh time zone because sun exposure teaches our body about changes in circumstances is to spend the day out before we arrive.

It's important that it's both excellent quality and well-considered when it comes to going to bed in the hotel room. It means taking common measures to ensure that you sleep well during the night (at least four hours to stabilize your fresh routine), such as calming exercises and turning off distractions. It's great to add powernaps to your everyday sleep, but not as long as they ruin your night in front of you–or keep you from getting out at daylight.

9 NATURAL WAYS TO CURE JET LAG #INFOGRAPHIC

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