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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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The research team also said most of the participants in the study had poorly controlled diabetes, which is linked to circadian misalignment or higher levels of social jetlag. However, they were unable to find a direct association between the two.
'As we continued to analyse the data it became clear that these data could also be used to measure amounts of social jetlag in large student populations.
"As we continued to analyze the data it became clear that these data could also be used to measure amounts of social jetlag in large student populations.
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Berova answered, "As a doctor, (I say) time change causes jetlag in humans.
'It was the worst day (of his jetlag),' Reyes said.
The Edinburgh team hope the discovery will one day lead to the development of drugs which will fight the effects of jetlag and improve the lives of night shift workers.
"For years travelers have been instructed to combat jetlag after they arrive at their destination when in fact the symptoms should be addressed in flight," says Alfred Dilamani, CEO and founder of the Great Neck, N.Y.-based company.
The National Award-winning actress known for her roles in Dil Chahta Hai and Taxi No 9211 talks about handling jetlag, falling in love with Scotland and travelling budget during her struggling days
The high incidence of heart disease seen in shift workers could be due to the tiredness resulting from the disruption to the body's biological clock as jetlag has a severe effect on red blood cells, according to Science Daily report.
The rumored ring-bearing starlet will barely have time to get over jetlag before crossing the Atlantic later this week for a Friday night performance in Roanoke, Va.