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You're getting verrry sleeepy ... combating jet lag on your next long-distance trip

from World Travelers of America

Jet lag is a drag. "Plane drain" can make those first few days at a new destination or back home seem like you really do need a vacation. To travel to some of the world’s top destinations, you typically have to catch a plane. The only glitch in this globe-trotting fantasy is the toll air travel can exact on the body in the form of jet lag. The root cause of jet lag is the disruption of the body's circadian physiologic rhythm, which is the internal 24-hour cycle that regulates a person's normal waking and sleeping periods. Specific symptoms include: Insomnia, daytime sleepiness, fatigue, poor concentration, slowed reflexes, indigestion, hunger at odd hours, irritability, depression, lack of resistance to infections, muscle aches, mood disturbances, loss of mental efficiency and headaches. more


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