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Five Myths about Jet Lag

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By Everett Potter

We are in the midst of the busy summer travel season, which means that many travelers are dealing with jet lag as they fly from coast to coast, head to Europe or journey to Asia and Africa. But what is jet lag and is there anything you can do to lessen its effects? Here are five persistent myths about the most common ailment in the skies.

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  1. August 10, 2016 at 11:24 am — Reply

    A very bad trend that has taken place over the past few years is the policy of keeping shades drawn the entire flight . Not only does this deny views to window seat passengers – it falsely tricks one into thinking it is still night – only to be shocked to find that it is actually 4 or 5 PM after a flight from Tokyo to Dallas. Upon arrival the passenger s just waking up – while those in the destination will be going to sleep in a few hours. Airlines should discourage the shades-down policy during daylight. The 787 Dreamliner is the only exception, with the dimming window.

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