Best Way to Deal with Jet Lag
For frequent fliers and overseas travellers, the dreadful feeling of dealing with jet lag is all too common. Signs and symptoms range from daytime fatigue, difficulties in concentrating and sometimes have stomach aches, constipation or diarrhea. The elderly and very young travelers fare worse when flying to a different time zone, maybe because the body clock of old people are deteriorating and the body clock of young passengers are still on development stage. There are things you can do to prevent this condition and below are the best way to deal with jet lag. See also the guide for Solo Travel for Women and the Genius Travel Hacks and Tips.