Jet Lag- Symptoms, Risk Factors and Prevention

Jet Lag- Symptoms, Risk Factors And Prevention

Jet lag can happen when the patterns of sleep-wake are disrupted. A person may feel somnolent, tired, irritable, lethargic and somewhat disoriented. This may be the result of going across time zones or performing shift work. The more time zones a person crosses in a short period, the more serious the symptoms can be. Jet lag is associated with interruption of activity and a lack of synchronization between two areas of the brain in the brain cells. The older a person becomes, the more serious their symptoms usually become, and…

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