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If you've traveled rapidly over several time zones, you've likely dealt with jet lag. You might also want to consider when you are going to eat during your flight - some try to sync their meal times in much the same way they try to match up their sleep patterns, although I would not recommend eating a heavy meal in the middle of the night, no matter what time it is in your intended destination.

Yes, there are all kinds of jet-lag cure-alls on the market, but experts say that since light is the primary environmental cue telling your body's clock when to sleep and when to wake, controlling jet lag is fundamentally about controlling light and darkness.

That's obviously late than your little one usually goes to bed, but it will help later when they are adjusting to the time difference in the UK. for the next leg from Dubai she probably won't sleep as much but you should get at least a couple of hours nap time in and it is comparatively a much shorter flight.

Flying from, say, New York City to Santiago won't produce Rachael Gleeson jet lag in the true sense because both cities are in the same time zone — but the effects of the long flight might feel quite a bit like classic jet lag. Going to sleep too early confuses your body clock and makes it very hard to adjust to European time when you arrive.

On average, most people need about seven to eight hours' sleep each night, although some function on less. If you are flying westward, try to go to sleep as late as possible for two to three days before you leave. Crossing time zones can drain travelers, just like looking after young children can exhaust parents.

Also, when crossing four or more time zones, it's a good idea to schedule layovers instead of straight-through flights. Likewise, "morning people" are more readily able to rise and shine at any hour, even if it means cutting short the sleep period for a few hours each day.

We'd never suggest you shun the in-flight entertainment, but be aware that exposure to blue light can further disrupt your sleeping patterns. Jet lag is temporary, so the prognosis is excellent and most people will recover within a few days. If you are breast-feeding , your supply may also need time to re-adjust to the new time-zone, so keep hydrated and consider napping when baby does.

Jet lag, medically referred to as desynchronosis and rarely as circadian dysrhythmia, is the unpleasant feeling you get during or after a longhaul flight as a result of alterations to your body's circadian rhythms. There's no single silver bullet, because the physiological cause and impact of jetlag upon your body is complicated stuff.

Some say that to get an idea of how long it will take you to recover, you need to add a day of recovery for every time zone you cross after the initial 2 or 3. This isn't a very accurate method though - if you were flying from London to Sydney, according to this method it may take almost a week for your body clock to adapt, which isn't always the case.

If you are arriving at your destination at night, it's not advisable to sleep throughout the entire plane ride as you'll want to be tired when you arrive, but some rest will mean you are in better shape when you arrive. If the time change is less than three hours and it's a short trip, you may be better off not trying to adjust to the new time zone at all.
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