Jet Lag

Jet lag occurs when you travel across multiple time zones and have trouble adjusting to the new schedule. After traveling a long distance by air, your circadian rhythms may still be aligned with the previous time zone. Your body may expect to sleep when it is daytime in the new time zone or be awake when you are supposed to sleep.

Symptoms:

  • Trouble falling asleep

  • Feeling tired or disoriented

  • Being unable to function normally during the daytime

  • Mild sickness

  • Stomach problems

  • Menstrual symptoms in females

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Jet Lag