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05 August 2011

Beat the lag

If you are planning a long-haul flight, try to schedule arrival at your destination as close to your usual bedtime as possible, according to the time zone to which you are flying.

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If you are planning a long-haul flight, try to schedule arrival at your destination as close to your usual bedtime as possible, according to the time zone to which you are flying. This helps prevent jet lag.

-  Compiled by Olivia Rose-Innes, EnviroHealth and Travel Health Editor, Health24, July 2011

 

 
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