How to avoid Jet-lag in long haul flight?
Nalin Anthoni Pillai, Scientist
BBC World News – London
I am surprise to see an article titled as “Airline to test effects of 20-hr flight on people” appeared in ‘The Times of India’ dated 16-10-2019 stating that “For decades travelers have stoically endured jet lag as an unavoidable menace on long journeys. Now, as airlines push for record breaking non-stop flights halfway around the planet, efforts to counter the debilitating symptom are turning into a billion-dollar industry.
Fresh insight into the physical and emotional toll of ultra-long haul travel should emerge this weekend when Qantas Airways flies direct from New York to Sydney. No airline has ever completed that route without stopping. At nearly 20 hours, it’s set to be the world’s longest flight, leaving the US on Friday and landing in Australia during its Sunday morning.
This will be more than endurance exercise. Scientists and medical researchers in the cabin will turn Qantas’s brand-new Boeing Dreamliner into a high altitude laboratory. They’ll screen the brains of the pilots for alertness, while monitoring the food, sleep and activity of the few dozen passengers – including your truly. The aim is to see how humans hold up to the ordeal.”
This long haul flight from New York to Sydney normally affects the circadian clock in the brain caused by the insufficient secretion of melatonin that brings out jet lag. Only way to alter the circadian clock is to increasing the level of voltage in the brain through the medium of light. This is achievable by working on my invented Medical Instrument patented in the year 1998 gives a moral boost for the brain cells that makes the body and the brain as fresh as ever throughout the journey.
My sincere appeal to all flight takers not to go for melatonin tablets or consumption of alcohol drink or heavy intake of food to suppress the jet lag can harm the body when circadian clock is affected by these intakes. The natural way to control this circadian clock by absorbing light with help of visual eyes using my invented Medical Instrument paves way for a healthy brain.
Regard to this I had already published a paper titled as “How to avoid Jet Lag on a long travel flight? dated 30-8-2013 can be assessed from this website
More details also given in my paper titled as “Typical Cabin Configuration of Air Bus A380” on 30-8-2013
Let this beauty speak for long haul travel people.
Nalin Anthoni Pillai
Brain Research Work
Copy of this report posted to “NASA Crew and Thermal System Division – Space.Com” on 16-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to “World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies” on 16-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to “Australasian Neuroscience Society” on 15-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to “Society for Neuroscience” on 16-10-2019
Copy of this report post to “Kings College London Neuroscience” on 16-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to “CERN Org. Geneva (LHC Scientists in Search for Fifth Force of Nature” on 16-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to Cambridge College London” on 16-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to “British Society of Gastroenterology (at the JPGN)” on 16-10-20-19
Copy of this report posted to “Indian Space Research Organisation” on 16-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to “University of Leeds Neuroscience” on 16-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to “Dr. Philip Plait, Scientist from United States – California” on 16-10-2019
Copy of this report posted to “Donald Trump – The President of United States” on 16-10-2019