Thursday, May 22, 2014

Jet Lag

Ways to Overcome Transatlantic Jet Lag
Always the obvious choice, caffeine does pose problems for a steady hand when taking snapshots.
Frequent napping helps.
Shopping certainly offers some wide-awake moments.
Alcohol is perhaps the least effective cure for jet lag.

1 comment:

Leslie in Oregon said...

As a former flight attendant on an international airline, I found that drinking water (and avoiding caffeine and alcohol) as frequently and as much as possible (even if it means setting your alarm clock to awaken you), ideally 8 oz. every 30 minutes (not usually possible) during and after (particularly the first 24 hours) a long-haul flight, was the best possible antidote to the vagaries of the flight and time change.