This is How You Actually Detox From Jet Lag
We all know that person. That person that’s able to party all night, jump on a 12-hour flight, and somehow look like they just went through a spa retreat, not an intensive retox session. While some people are genetically gifted, most people who bounce back quickly from long-haul flights have a flying routine and stick to it.
If you’ve crossed a time zone, you know how difficult it can be to bounce back after a flight. What we know about jet lag is it impacts you due to your internal clock trying to catch up with the new destination’s time zone. Jet lag impacts most people, but its symptoms can go far beyond disrupting your sleep schedule. For many, the symptoms include fatigue, brain fog, stomach problems (always a treat when you’re sightseeing or in a meeting), mood changes, dehydration, and the general feeling that things are off.
So, how can a routine hack jet lag? You trick your body’s internal clock to get with the program. By following these hacks from people who travel 24/7, you can temper the effects of being up in the air for hours on end and beat jet lag once and for all.