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Avoiding and coping with jet lag.

Don’t let jet lag spoil your holiday, or make you less efficient on business trips.

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1. Try slightly altering your daily routine forwards or back (as appropriate) for a few days before travelling. The more in sync you are with the time at your destination the less jet lag you will suffer.




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Author, gardener, photographer, cake eater and campervanner from the south coast of England.

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