WTF is jet lag?
Excellent and appropriate question, my friend. It’s pretty much just a temporary sleep disorder that’s caused by crossing time zones. The more time zones you cross, the worse it’s likely to be. It can take anywhere from a couple of days, right up to nine or 10 days to recover from it and, usually, it’s worse when you ‘lose time’ travelling. My gosh, can you imagine how bad Marty McFly’s jet lag was?!
Jet Lag is caused by the sudden change in our sleep patterns and that rhythm in our body that helps us fall asleep and wake up at certain times. Basically, it’s because our body clock gets all messed up on us. On top of this, you’re confined to a small space for a long period of time and you’re in a pressurised cabin, which just makes you feel dehydrated and really uncomfortable. All…
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