Jet-leg needs energy to adjust our body after travel.

@jricky1 (6808)
China
June 20, 2012 3:42am CST
I have to say that jet-leg isn't a good feeling and that also needs us to recover from many hours' flight.So i think that it is a problem after travel to a far place.Do you guys easily recover from it? Thanks in advance.
3 responses
@marguicha (100518)
• Chile
23 Jun 12
I have never had problems with jetlag, but I think that is in part because my sleeping hours at home are at any time. I don´t follow routines as sleep goes. But my feet get swollen during flights and there´s nothing I can do to help it.
@jricky1 (6808)
• China
25 Jun 12
I think that's really the natural effect that bring to us.However, i think it is so cool no matter the sleep hour goes.For me,i really have to take good break to adjust from it.
@marguicha (100518)
• Chile
25 Jun 12
Fortunatly I don`t need so much sleep to adjust. But I know most people do. My family members all need to go to bed immediatly after a long flight.
@maximax8 (28559)
• United Kingdom
20 Jun 12
I didn't get jet lag flying from London to Cape Town. The plane didn't pass through many time zones so that was why. I felt very jet lagged flying from London to LA and from London to Vancouver. If I leave London at midday and arrive on the west coast of North America at 3 in the afternoon my body clock gets confused with the time difference. I felt very jet lagged flying from BA in Argentina to London via Madrid. I try to go to bed at bed time in my arrival locality. I try to eat at the normal meal times. I drink lots of water and wear loose clothing. It took me three days the worst jet lagged time I ever had to feel back to normal. I prefer stop offs on a long journey like London to Sydney or London to Auckland.
@jricky1 (6808)
• China
21 Jun 12
Hey,your journey seems like going all around whole world.So i know that jet-leg is really not a good feel.So people started to try best avoiding this,however,we can still experience the amazing different places around the world.
@puccagirl (7316)
• Israel
20 Jun 12
It depends. If I fly west, I find it easier to recover from jet lag, but when I fly east, it seems much harder for some reason. The only thing that works is really resting and giving your body some time to adjust in my experience.
@jricky1 (6808)
• China
20 Jun 12
My boss who just finished a long flight and he can't adjust the long hour flight,but he still try to work in the office.So i suppose that it is really necessary for us to have enough rest and thus we get the energy to do anything. Thanks for sharing,my friend.