If you’ve never experienced jet lag before, then you’re in for a rough time. It’s a Twilight Zone place of mental and bodily confusion and there is no one adequate jet lag cure that fixes every person.

You’re waking up when you should be sleeping, and nodding off mid-conversation to your boss at work. And this is six days after you touched down.


In this guide, I’ve shared my cure for jet lag that works, every time! Plus, I’ve shared some other helpful tips for getting over jet lag.

Earth Yourself

Yes, it’s as simple as that, just touch the ground like an electric wire trying to find a place to send its current.

As soon as you can after your flight arrival, kick off your shoes and put your bare feet on the ground (grass, dirt or sand) for at least 30 minutes.

How does earthing work?

Remember when we were kids how barefoot was the norm? And think of the indigenous culture – no shoes there. They always relied on the earth to heal them.

In simplest terms, the earth holds tons of negative electrons and when we connect with our bare skin (most notably the feet) they buzz on up inside of us and overpower all the positive electrons (the bad stuff) that is wreaking havoc on our body.

All you gotta do is step outside and touch the earth. You’ll feel the jet lag melt away while you effortlessly settle into your new time zone without giving any long-term vegetarians chicken.

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