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jet lag

Mild temporary symptoms affecting sleep and wake-up cycles caused by travels through a large meridian difference, normally of five time zones or more.
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Results showed a significantly lower score (56 percent) in the Pycnogenol(R) group for all items rated, amounting in a significant reduction of all jetlag signs and symptoms.
One of them had gold-plated gates and I'm sure I saw a pet giraffe (or maybe that was the jetlag again).
Do you have any better tidbits of advice for Ajram than her Twitter following fans on how to rid the jetlag fatigue?
Hurley spent the previous getting over jetlag in Warne's Brighton mansion.
The American, who tested positive at the French Open in May after apparently taking a jetlag pill, had wanted the ban reduced to three months so he could play in the US Open, which starts on Monday.
That is the day after he is scheduled to fly into Newcastle following his latest spell at Radford University in Virginia and he will need to assess the extent of his jetlag.
TODAY, Gabriele Muccino is in London, talking quietly, sipping herbal tea at Locanda Locatelli and feeling wrecked by jetlag.
Paul McGinley is hoping he can shake off the lingering effects of jetlag and climb up the Indonesian Open leaderboard after making a steady if unspectacular start on the opening day in Jakarta.
And Horsman shrugged off any jetlag as he was immediately involved in a training session as he prepared to sit on the bench for Wales today with Harlequins prop Ceri Jones packing down on the tight-head.
Cosgrove flew in from Australia yesterday as a replacement for South Australia team-mate Matthew Elliott and should play depending on how he is affected with jetlag.
That was the remainder of my jetlag," said the Olympic 4x100m relay gold medallist, who like many other long-haul contestants, struggled to get over his flight to Australia.