Josh Martin

Would You Pay Extra for No Jetlag?
Would You Pay Extra for No Jetlag?

Delta Air Lines has unveiled what they call a “photon shower,” which they say could help you recover from jetlag! Delta says the photon shower was developed based on research by neuroscientist and sleep researcher Dr. Russell Foster from the University of Oxford. It works by creating a light sequence that recreates the effects of sunlight which can alter your internal clock and provide relief from jetlag. When you enter the photon shower you’re asked to put in your flight information and you’re then guided through the experience by a narrator. Delta says it may eventually offer the shower to passengers as a way of improving the flying experience. You better believe that will be coming with an extra fee attached! Would the extra money be worth it to you?

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