For most travelers, jet lag is inevitable. Getting accustomed to a new time zone sometimes half a day ahead of your own after hours on a long-haul flight is no easy feat. Fortunately, there are a few tips and tricks to help prevent or reduce the symptoms of jet lag. Simple things like staying hydrated and avoiding certain habits and foods could make it easier to avoid jet lag. Most importantly, staying healthy while traveling is the best way to sleep well and maintain your energy, helping you avoid some of the effects of jet lag.