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Jet lag strategies

Crossing time zones often leads to jet lag, which can result in headaches, upset stomach and nausea, difficulty concentrating, and trouble sleeping. To help alleviate it, get plenty of sleep before you begin your trip. Adjust your sleeping and eating schedule to the new time zone as soon as you arrive at your destination. This can be difficult if you?ve crossed many time zones, but try to force yourself to stay awake until the…

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