Dealing With Jet Lag

Each year I fly all over the world to speak and conduct seminars. I fly east to Britain, Europe and Russia, often crossing eight, nine and even thirteen time zones from San Diego to my destination. I fly west to Australia, South East Asia and India, often crossing as many as twelve time zones before returning to San Diego. But I never have jet lag. The Facts About Jet Lag Medical researchers have studied jet lag for many years. They have concluded that because of the long distances traveled in pressurized aircraft, combined with the complete time change that the body goes through on long trips, the human system becomes disoriented and inefficient. Without taking the proper steps, it requires approximately one day to recover from each… Read more

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