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Jet Lag: Symptoms, Causes, and How to Cope


Jet lag is also known as time zone change syndrome or desynchronosis. It occurs when people travel rapidly across time zones or when their sleep is disrupted. It’s a physiological condition resulting from a disruption in the body’s circadian rhythms. Therefore, it’s considered a circadian rhythm disorder. Long-distance plane travel is infamous for being inconvenient and uncomfortable.  Due to the overwhelming logistics of check-in and the stress of security lines, travel is harsh. Most importantly, the hours stuck in a confined space, many people find extended plane trips to be seriously taxing. Jet lag frequently contributes to the physical burden…

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