One of the worst parts about travelling is jet lag, and it's almost unavoidable.
Jet lag happens when your body becomes fatigued from travelling across different time zones. Your internal clock and circadian rhythm (which controls your sleep) is disrupted, and the effects can negatively impact your trip.
So how long does jet lag last? As a general rule, allow one day for every hour of travel for your body to acclimatise to your new destination.
Sky Scanner shared some helpful tips to beat jet lag, every time.
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