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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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When I was 19 years old, there was a jetlag incident where I ended up sleeping for 18 hours
When we got back we had horrendous jetlag but knew we had to get it together for the last two matches as the opposition were breathing down our necks.
Social jetlag was calculated according to the formula indicated by Wittmann et al.
Combine this with massive jetlag and, oh yeah, hours and hours of strenuous hiking, and we are all completely conked out and exhausted.
Guardiola has said his team have had a few issues with jetlag but the gulf in class should make this 90 minutes a complete stroll before the serious business of Sunday's final with Santos.
Murray, who arrived in Bangkok on Monday, admitted after yesterday''s match that he was battling jetlag and still some way from his best form.
Summary: World number two Lee Westwood will have to overcome jetlag and putting problems if he is to mark his 38th birthday Sunday with the Indonesian Masters title.
The Novotel is an ideal stop-over base with a garden pool, spa centre with jetlag massages.
Keen to make his mark quickly on the court, Marcos will arrive in Brisbane by Thursday 31st December, meaning he will overcome his jetlag and adjust to the conditions nicely in advance of the tournament start on Sunday.
A new study published in the journal of Minerva Cardioangiologica suggests that Pycnogenol pine bark extract from the French maritime pine tree may reduce jetlag by nearly 50%.
Work could lead to drugs to combat obesity, aging and jetlag
Keywords: biological rhythms, chronotype, Composite Scale of Morningness, diurnal preference, social jetlag, smoking, substance use.