Minimising the effects of jet lag

Let employees know that the following measures help: Select a flight that allows early evening arrival and stay up until 10pm local time If the traveller must sleep during the day take a short nap (no more than two hours) in the early afternoon Anticipate the time change for trips by getting up and going to bed earlier several days before an eastward trip or later for a westward trip. Avoid alcohol or caffeine at least three hours before bedtime Avoid heavy meals upon arrival Get as much sunlight as possible because it is a powerful stimulant for regulating the biological clock (stying indoors worsens jet lag).
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