Dr. Shah is a renowned double board certified md and nutrition expert at amymdwellness.com.
She is the author of “I’m so effing tired.”
Many of us are busy making travel plans now that vaccines have been rolled out and the COVID-19 pandemic is under control in many parts of the world. Even though many of us are not traveling like we used to, it is important to realize how easily you can sync your circadian rhythms while traveling and that these tricks and tips can be used when traveling regionally, across country, and even to far-off destinations.
As we all know, nothing can upset your sleep and wake schedule and appetite like stepping on an airplane and jetting off on a vacation. We all have an optimal period where our bodies want to sleep. This is called a circadian window, which is typically between 11pm and 7am. Travel can wreak havoc on your circadian window when you cross two or more time zones in particular. However, there are quick and easy ways to offset this, which can be applied to any trip across any time zone.
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