Most people think jet lag is just about the tiredness you get from long distance travel and nothing more. This couldn’t be further from the truth, there are many symptoms. Use this guide as a future reference and avoid the worst jet lag has to offer by preparing properly and adequately for your trip.
Jet Lag Symptoms Checklist.
Constipation Dehydration Fatigue Insomnia Indigestion Dry Skin Increased Stress
Adrenal Stress Weight Gain Irregular Periods Erratic/Reduced Sex Drive Mood Swings
Disorientation Disrupted Sleep Patterns Hypoxia Lack of Drive Listlessness
By no means an exhaustive list these 17 symptoms relate to three areas all fliers can take care of – Hydration, Energy and Hormones. It’s not like you can claim on your Aviva Health Insurance for jet lag so take the time and prepare as seriously as you would for a business trip. Your road to health and beating these symptoms starts before your journey does. Be as healthy as you can be before you set foot on a plane.
Tips & Tricks.
Experienced frequent fliers always look after Hydration on and off the plane.
Frequent fliers know the value of regular exercise, be like them and take your fitness routine on the road with you to keep your Energy levels up.
Be that Megastar and wear those shades in inappropriate places – choosing when and how long to expose your eyes to sunlight can help you regulate your Hormones and keep your body clock ticking over nicely !