When traveling abroad, what suggestions do you have for adjusting to the time change so I am at my very best with the most rest?

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  1. Staness Jonekos wrote on :

    As soon as I get on the plane I set my watch to the timezone of my destination. Then I take a Benadryl to knock myself out for that particular sleep time. Works every time. I land rested and ready for adventure. Make sure you are not sitting next to screaming kids. If so, add a cocktail to the formula 🙂 Have fun!

  2. Geri Brin wrote on :

    if you are traveling from the US to Europe

    1. Try to get a few hours of sleep on the flight. 2.) do not drink a bit of alchohol on the flight   3.) take a shower when you get to your hotel and try to get going immediately. (if you are too tired to do that, take a nap, but only for an hour)  4.) stay up as late as possible the first night. 5.) keep your watch set on your home time.


  3. Marcia Miller wrote on :

    Begin the trip rested, do alcohol on the plane, stay hydrated, try to get some sleep on the plane, stay awake in the sunlight and fresh air when you arrive with no napping. Go to bed at the proper time at the destination and you should be ready to rock and roll in the morning. Until later in the day when you may “hit the wall”. Pack some snack bars to eat when your tummy is on the wrong schedule for the first couple days.

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