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Mastering Jet Lag: The Ultimate Guide to Beating Travel Exhaustion

Did you know that Jet Lag can have a much wider impact beyond just being tired for a few days?

Most of us know that jet lag disrupts our body clock, leading to daytime sleepiness, brain fog, and mood changes, but how many of us have considered the wider impact that these disruptions can have on those around us?

Dr Steven Jasper explains so many things about jet lag that you may not be aware of: preventing jet lag, recovering from jet lag as quickly as possible, minimising the impact of jet lag on our private lives, work lives and overall health.

Join us now to find out what type of body clock you have and how you can work with your body type to mitigate the effects of jet lag.

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Dr Steven Jasper, the “Jet Lag Guy”

Key Points:

  • Jet lag can have a significant impact on performance, mood, and overall well-being.
  • Morning people may find flying west more challenging, while evening people may struggle more with flying east.
  • Supporting employees who travel frequently includes allowing breaks and time outside, delegating tasks, and providing time off to recover from jet lag.
  • In families, open communication and understanding are crucial when dealing with jet lag.
  • Respecting individual body clocks and chronotypes can help prevent and manage jet lag.


04:12   Impact of jet lag on business travellers’ performance
05:57   Impact of jet lag on relationships and family life
08:11   Explanation of what causes jet lag
09:04   Factors that influence susceptibility to jet lag
09:30   Difference in jet lag experience based on morning or evening preference
16:30   The serious health effects from jet lag
27:45   Challenges for partners left behind during travel
28:36   Impact of travel on family life
32:16   Using light therapy to prevent jet lag
36:50   The need for employers to support workers who travel frequently

Dr Steven Jasper| PhD in international management, looking at jet lag and executive performance. Bachelor of Pharmacy, Executive MBA

Dr Stephen Jasper originally trained as a pharmacist, working in the hospital system before moving into the pharmaceutical industry, where he landed a role with a large amount of international travel in a global clinical trial.

After competing an executive MBA he did his PhD in jet lag and executive performance and has published several academic journal articles in this area. He is regularly contacted by the media on all things related to jet lag and sleep and runs a consultancy for international business travellers at

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