Good Neighbor Insurance has produced a free Jet Lag guide to help international travelers whenever they travel and jump time zones. This is part one of three videos, talking about the free travel guide. The guide can be downloaded for free at: https://www.gninsurance.com/free-guide-on-preventing-jet-lag/
“The GNI ‘Travel Ninja’s’ Definitive Guide to Jet Lag” is commented on by Mark Sequeira, who is Marketing Director at Good Neighbor Insurance.
From the video on Jet Lag, from the free book, part 1:
You can obtain this definitive guide for free. It is available on our main webpage, https://www.gninsurance.com, under the Resources tab, and under Travel Resources there. This free guide on how to prevent jet lag is the most comprehensive and complete guide of its kind.
The GNI “Travel Ninja’s” Definitive Guide to Preventing Jet Lag is available in .pdf format, Amazon Kindle .mobi, .epub for iBooks, iPhones, iPads, and more. In the video, the first thing discussed is the table of contents. Here is a quick rundown of the table of contents:
- Introduction: Pg. 2 Another Check-in counter
- Quick Pointers and Tips Pg. 4
- You’ve heard it all before
- Know Thyself – Part 1 Pg. 6
- Are some people better at Jet lag than others?
- Can you train to better cope with jet lag?
- Know Thyself – Part 2 Pg. 9
- Personality and sleep styles
- “Timeshifting”: Adjusting Rhythms Prior to Departure Pg. 11
- Advanced techniques
- Using Food and Drink to Combat Jet lag Pg. 15
- When to eat and what to eat to solve jet-lag
- Eat and Drink like the Pros – Specific Power Foods Pg. 18
- Where Are You Headed? Pg. 20
- While in the Air/Transit Pg. 22
- Advanced strategies
- Additional Travel Tips for Frequent Fliers Pg. 26
- Melatonin, Caffeine, and Use of Drugs to Combat Jet Lag Pg. 27
- Jet Lag for Older Adults Pg. 29
- Does it take longer to adapt?
- Are there any advantages?
- Recovery (Arriving Home) Pg. 31
- Sources and End Notes Pg. 33
Then next thing Mark talks about is Time Shifting, on page 11. The guide takes time shifting to the nth degree: “Timeshifting is the strategy of switching your rest cycle, and mental, social, and/or environmental reference to a new time zone, either while in-flight, or more popularly, slowly in the days leading up to your trip. Depending on your schedule, it is usually easier “going” rather than “coming home,” but we address both here, as well as in the last chapter on Recovery (at home). If you neglect timeshifting (esp. frequent fliers and long-time travelers who should know better) you may then end up taking a week or two to get over the effects of jet lag once arriving home (or somewhere along the road after an important presentation or meeting). Most people writing about timeshifting speak about adjusting light/dark cycles, but we want to suggest you think of timeshifting in a more comprehensive way – Taking into account food/hunger, your social environment, when you work best/adrenaline, personality, noise and quiet, as well as exposure to light and dark.”
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