Traveling frequently for work can take its toll on the body. When you are tasked to travel long distances and cross time zones to update projects, meet with clients, negotiate deals, address crises, and engage in a variety of other business activities, your circadian rhythm aka body clock can go out of sync, making it difficult for you to fall asleep.
Such condition is called jet lag, which is even though not entirely avoidable, its effects can be ameliorated through different strategies. According to studies, a person that is suffering from jet lag suffers from complaints of a headache, difficulty in sleep, and may feel fatigue and even develop cognitive issues such as loss of short-term memory.
When these symptoms are not treated immediately, the less likely you will be able to perform well on your trip. To learn how you can avoid jet lag in your next business travel, check the infographic below from Hyryde.