AOL Travel featured a great article a little while ago about the best ways to beat jet lag. While flying privately certainly takes the edge off of jet lag by allowing you to customize your schedule and travel in comfort, you body still reacts to changing time zones! Check out the article for some great strategies to get your body back in rhythm.
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Jet lag can be a serious problem for both leisure and business travelers. But there are ways to remedy—and avoid—the symptoms when you travel to another time zone.
By the time he was in his early 20s, Chris Jackson, a builder from Orlando, Fla., had done his fair share of traveling—Costa Rica, the Virgin Islands, Baja California. So when he left on his first trip to Europe several years ago, he saw the jaunt to Holland as another exciting foray someplace new—and spent the whole of the roughly eight-hour flight watching the movies playing in the seatback in front of him.