Are your sleep patterns off the chart?
Researchers at Stanford University think they have a solution. They've found that brief, frequent flashes of light while you sleep resets your circadian rhythm. An hour of intermittent light flashes while sleeping shifts your "sleep" clock by 2-3 hours.
If going east, set flashes for early in the morning (just prior to waking).
If going west, set flashes for the period just after you fall asleep.
More at http://www.economist.com/blogs/gulliver/2016/02/stop-zoning-out and http://med.stanford.edu/news/all-news/2016/02/study-finds-possible-new-jet-lag-treatment.html.
Jet Lag Buster leverages this cutting-edge research to provide similar flashes. Just set it up on the night prior to your flight, then wake up ready to take on the world! Go get 'em, tigress.