6 Tips for Beating Jet Lag

Plane travel is rarely fun. But if you have sleep problems, jet lag can wreak havoc on your sleeping patterns. These tips will help you stay rested.

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Getting good sleep

Plane travel is rarely hassle free. Packed airports, delayed (or canceled) flights, and lost luggage can send even the most stable of travelers into an emotional tailspin.

But for people who struggle with insomnia, flying can present additional problems. The disruption to normal schedules caused by flying—and especially jet lag—can wreak havoc on sleep patterns.

If you're traveling between time zones, try these tips. Though they won't work for everyone, they just may keep you from yawning your way through your vacations.

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