Anti-jetlag tips for business travellers
Business travellers may experience jet lag during the many trips they make to long-distance destinations. There are several tips to prevent or deal with jetlag, so you can function optimally during your business trip in a different time zone.
Jetlag comes with unpleasant symptoms, such as fatigue, insomnia, loss of appetite or cravings at odd times, irritability and concentration problems. This is very inconvenient if you have an important meeting and need to function optimally. So here are a few anti-jetlag tips:
- Help your biological clock by aligning your watch with the time zone of your final destination on departure and adjusting your eating and sleeping rhythm.
- Don’t remain seated for long periods of time during the flight, but move sufficiently and do stretch exercises.
- Don’t drink alcohol on your flight, but drink plenty of water, and enjoy a light, healthy meal.
We hope that these anti-jetlag tips will help you fight your jetlag. Have a good journey!
From Saturday, November 6, the face mask obligation will be implemented again at Dutch airports and train stations. This was reported by the Dutch cabinet this week after the corona infections
As a crew manager, you spend a lot of time every day planning your crew changes. A hectic job that we, with our updated Crew.NET tool, can make a lot easier.
The United States will begin admitting travellers with COVID-19 vaccines approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) from November 8. On September 20, it was announced that travel restrictions would be
October will see significant changes when entering the United Kingdom (UK). These include the elimination of the ID card as a valid proof of identity to enter the country and the
The fact that a business trip has become so much more complex than before has been a fact of life for the past year and a half. The travel restrictions and