The Tier 1 Event Management, Inc. professionals have got flying down pat. Prepacked carry-on? Check. Oversized, noise-cancelling headphones? Definitely. Apps that track our luggage and let us know when flights are delayed? We were early adopters.
There’s just one thing about air travel that gives us pause: jet lag. Here are some strategies Tier 1 Event Management, Inc.’s travel enthusiasts use to limit the negative effects of jet lag.
First, plan ahead. Consider the time zone difference between your current location and destination, and start adjusting appropriately. If you’re only transitioning between one or two time zones, you might only need to go to bed a little early or late the day before. If you’re literally visiting the opposite side of the world, ease your way into a new sleep schedule over the course of several days.
We recommend you adjust your eating schedule accordingly as well. Check out the Argonne anti-jet lag diet for tips on how to use your body’s natural impulses to adapt to your new locale. It’s challenging, but it’s approved by the CIA and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, as well as Tier 1 Event Management, Inc. globetrotters.
Finally, resist the impulse you may have after landing to relax. Tier 1 Event Management, Inc. associates stay busy until it’s time for bed at our destination, and then wake up the next day feeling much more acclimated.
How do you deal with jet lag?