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PST to GMT (Times) How to adjust?

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I"m currently living in Oregon, and have always wanted to travel to europe. I know that there is an 8 hour difference, so i am wondering how hard it is to adjust to the time zone? Is it difficult to sleep for the first few weeks? Do travelers get fatigue or Jetlag? If it is difficult, what is the best way to over come this issue. Please share your thoughts, I would truely appreciate it.

Thanks,

Chris.

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