The mobile application is bringing its jet-lag fighting software to the masses with a new program that makes personalized plans based on users' circadian rhythms, helping bust jet-lag myths and allowing people to travel better

Timeshifter, a company that has been helping astronauts, elite athletes and top CEOs avoid jet lag using its sleep research and circadian neuroscience, is finally making its jet-lag fighting algorithm available to everyone with the launch of its new app.

The app makes a personal plan for each user, helping them resynchronize their circadian rhythm with the time zone they find themselves in. “Helping travelers overcome jet lag is a perfect example of how mobile devices will improve our lives in unexpected ways, and represents a paradigm shift in jet-lag solutions,” says Mickey Beyer-Clausen, CEO of Timeshift. “We are thrilled to finally put an end to all the jet lag myths and misinformation out there, and instead offer an effective tool that truly addresses the underlying cause of jet lag.”

The app uses a strategy of customization to individual user and destination to offer practical advice, like when to avoid caffeine, when to consume melatonin or when to expose oneself to bright light, working to reset the sleep-wake cycle. Overall, the app shows how mobile applications can serve health and wellness interests, helping people feel better while traveling and get more out of their trips.

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Lead image: Timeshifter via Facebook

Timeshifter, a company that has been helping astronauts, elite athletes and top CEOs avoid jet lag using its sleep research and circadian neuroscience, is finally making its jet-lag fighting algorithm available to everyone with the launch of its new app.

The app makes a personal plan for each user, helping them resynchronize their circadian rhythm with the time zone they find themselves in. “Helping travelers overcome jet lag is a perfect example of how mobile devices will improve our lives in unexpected ways, and represents a paradigm shift in jet-lag solutions,” says Mickey Beyer-Clausen, CEO of Timeshift. “We are thrilled to finally put an end to all the jet lag myths and misinformation out there, and instead offer an effective tool that truly addresses the underlying cause of jet lag.”