While travelling for work may sound cool to recent graduates, frequent business travellers know just how painful business trips can be. In fact, a recent study conducted by Columbia University found that people who travel for work more than 21 days per month are more likely to become obese and depressed than those sho travel less than 6 days per month. To ease the detrimental effects of business travel on people’s physical and mental health, the study states that people need to take “responsibility for the decisions they make around diet, exercise, alcohol consumption, and sleep.” However, from personal experience, I know some of these are much harder to control than others. Below are a few things I learned that have been immensely effective in making business trips more bearable.

How to Minimise the Impact of Jet Lag by Managing Your Sleep

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