6. Drink lots of water
Lower oxygen level and dry air of the flight may have adverse effects on the body.
Remain hydrated throughout the flight.
Drink as much water as possible.
Take a quick walk in the cabi1. Spend some time in the sunlight.Walk around for a while to feel fresh.
Try to get used to the atmosphere around you.
2. Wait for sleep
Don’t rest just because it’s expected.
Wait for sleep to come.
3. Wait for the body to adapt.
Be patient and give your body enough time to adapt to your new routine.
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Avoid sodas, alcoholic beverages, they dehydrate you.
7. Use sleeping pills carefully.
Don’t try sleeping pills for the first time while you fly.
Pills that make you feel groggy and have a long cycle should be avoided.
If possible avoiding sleeping pills altogether.
8. Setting time
Setting your watch to the local time of the place you are heading to.
9. Spend some time in the sunlight.
Walk around for a while to feel fresh.
10. Wait for sleep
11. Wait for the body to adapt.
Make sure you have rested enough before the flight.
Sleep deprivation will add to your woes so sleep enough.
Do not do strenuous activities or stress your body too much.
2. Adjust the body clock
Try to set the body clock well in advance.
Try to alter eating habits based on the new clock.
Your body will be well prepared to handle the time zone difference.
3. Don’t take a lot of efforts for a short trip
Don’t try too hard because you need to come back.
Readjusting to an old routine may be difficult.
4. Keep caffeine levels in check
Consuming coffee later in the day might keep you up late.
Caffeine takes a while to process so control your coffee intake.
5. Choose an overnight flight
Take an overnight flight that lands in the morning.