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Jet lag is a big issue for many travelers. It is a tired feeling of people who travel across different time zones. When there is a big difference between the local times where the journey begins and where it ends, our "biological clock" isn't capable of adapting itself quickly to a new rhythm.
This biological clock, our circadian rhythm, is synchronized to the day/night rhythm of our environment. When we travel from one place to another by jet, we also change time zones. The further we fly east or west, the bigger the time difference is between the place of departure and our destination. The jet lag problem consists of the fact that while the time in the destination zone is different so we must change our watches, our "biological clocks" are still synchronized with the time of the place of departure. This leads to tiredness at daytime or not being able to fall asleep at night time.
The intensity of the jet lag depends from a few factors like the departure time,the fact if you are flying east or west, and your body's capacity to adapt itself as quickly as possible to the daylight time of the destination. In order to minimize jet lag, it is advisable to follow these tips.
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