Time difference in Japan 時差ぼけ

Jet lag: our advice to support the jet lag to Japan

After a long flight, crossing international time zones comes the jet lag... Here are some remedies to sleepless nights. 



Un avion de la Japan Airlines

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Remember to wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothes, carry earplugs (if not provided by the airlines), and possibly a neck pillow. Although small blankets are provided on the plane, we also recommend that you bring something warm to wear. The cabins can get cold by the AC so better to be safe than sorry...

Avoid consuming alcohol during the flight (if you can...), and don't hesitate to ask a flight attendant for plenty of water to stay hydrated. This can help with your jet lag. Also, remember to stretch your legs regularly for optimal blood circulation!

Une cabine d'avion

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