Handy jet lag calculator

Reduce the effects of jet lag on your next overseas trip by using this calculator to receive your free sleep-schedule action plan.

Jet lag is caused as a result of air travel across time zones, with your body clock being out of sync with the local time. Effects can include insomnia, tiredness, irritability and grogginess.

You can significantly reduce and even nullify the effects of jet lag by changing your sleep schedule three to four days before flying.

Use the jet lag calculator at least three days before flying to enter your flight details and receive a sleep schedule leading up to the trip.

By following this sleep schedule, you will enjoy a more comfortable flight and be ready to start exploring as soon as you disembark the plane.

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