Jet lag. We all experience it and we all hate it. And we all want to find a way to beat it.
Leave it to the folks at Icelandair, who surveyed 1,00...
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If you have an overnight flight, make falling asleep in flight as easy as possible. Pack earplugs, an eye mask, a travel pillow, and your most snooze-worthy book to ensure you'll get some shut-eye.
When Frugal Traveler columnist for The New York Times Seth Kugel joined me this week on Mondays With Marlo, we discussed some tactics for avoiding jet...
People often ask me how I handle jet lag, as I travel between time zones, countries, and even continents on a semi-regular basis. I've tried any number of "Jedi mind tricks" over the years, and there are a few that seem to work pretty consistently:
Just say "Om" -- breathing exercises and downward dogs will get you in a positive mental state.
The anticipation of taking a time-out and getting away from the rigors of daily life can be exhilarating ... until you get to your destination feeling tired, tense and touchy, thanks to jet lag.
Interrupted sleep, irritability, disorientation, lack of motivation--these are only a few of jet lag's symptoms, and even the most seasoned travelers ...
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