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3. Set your watch to your destination time Do your best to sleep when it's nighttime at your destination, and stay awake when it's daytime there. Strangely, flight crews will adjust the lights and feed you on a schedule that is often not at all conducive to adjusting to a new time zone, so you have to exercise some self-discipline.
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4. Drink tons of water -- Planes are notoriously dehydrating, and staying hydrated is a huge part of braving any flight. You should be chugging water the day before your flight, the day of your flight, during the flight, and after. If you're awake on the plane, you should be drinking water.
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5. Stretch When you have to be seated, remember to occasionally twist your torso and look behind each shoulder. Just rolling your head back and forth a few times will help alleviate a stiff neck. And when the seatbelt sign is off, take walks to the bathroom area to stretch your legs and hips.
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6. Avoid alcohol and caffeine A stiff drink or a hot cup of coffee come as a comfort to many, but both alcohol and caffeine disrupt your ability to sleep. Passing out after three gin-and-tonics on the plane does not actually provide meaningful rest. Booze also dehydrates you and wrecks your skin.
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