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How to Make Sleeping on Business Trips Less of a Nightmare

Send business-trip sleep issues packing.
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The problem: Crossing time zones

Jet lag isn’t about sleep; it’s about alertness. Crossing time zones knocks your circadian rhythm out of whack, so napping won’t necessarily fix that foggy feeling. 

If you’ve traveled to an earlier time zone, try bright light, such as a Philips goLite Blu energy light, late in the

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