Good pair of noise cancellation headphones cut the annoying engine noise or chatter at the airport or in the plane. Keep yourself hydrated and avoid alcohol.
Further resisting sleeping during daytime can also help to combat jetlag symptoms. Further also prefer tea and try to avoid milk and coffee. Caffeine tends to dehydrate and can hamper ;your sleep cycle by keeping you awake.
Foods that have tendency to produce gas, like broccoli, beans, fried foods and dairy products should be avoided as they take longer time to digest. Fruits like cucumber, berries and bananas should be preferred as they have good fibre content. Further avoid overeating as it is easy to combat jet lag on an empty stomach.
To avoid muscle cramps stand every hour or walk around. This will also avoid any gastric problems.
Jet lag –the body getting out of sync with a destinations sleeping and waking hours –can cause fatigue, poor concentration and performance a general feeling of malaise and stomach upsets. In extreme cases jet lag can cause memory loss.
Researchers found that exposing volunteers to short "camera flashes" of light as they slept reset their body clocks. Using the flash therapy the night before making a long trip could help a traveler quickly adjust to a new time zone. Even when the eyes are closed during sleep, light triggers signals from the retina to the "circadian system" in the brain that alters the biological clock. The research was led by Dr. Jamie Zeitzer from Stanford University Medical Centre in the US
Using the flash therapy the night before making a long trip could help a traveler quickly adjust t a new time zone.
Those who have problem with the window seat there are apps which will help you in selecting a seat.