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Jet Lag

The state of being unadjusted to a new time zone. One generally experiences jet lag after traveling rapidly over a brief period of time. For example, if one flies from Oklahoma to Bahrain, one is likely to experience jet lag because of the eight-hour time difference. Jet lag is a common result of travel for international business.
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The study consisted of 34 Pycnogenol-treated patients and 31 controlled patients, jetlag symptoms were evaluated using a rating scale providing scores according to the severity.
Jetlag, also called desynchronosis, is a temporary disorder that causes a variety of temporary mental and physical impairments as a result of air travel across time zones -- common in flights to Asia and Europe, but also observed in travelers between West and East coast.
This mismatch between the cellular clocks and the brain clock is one reason for jetlag.
The complimentary neck and head massage goes to executive floor and frequent-guest program members, but the jetlag recovery kit is available to all guests, as is a choice of hometown newspapers, a city guidebook and a personal shopper--someone who will buy personal and gift items the guest requests
Australian scientists have reportedly developed a pair of sunglasses which can cure jetlag.
On saying that, I've got severe jetlag but when you're in a successful band people don't think about that.
Jetlag recovery time may help avoid temporal lobe atrophy and associated amnesia, they concluded.
And autogenic therapy can be used to combat jetlag and insomnia and even to improve performance in sport - just by sending positive messages to the brain.
We're packing in as much as we can even though we are all upside-down from jetlag - we don't want to miss out on any experiences.
but now Nancy Ajram needs help from globe-trotting fans on how to deal with jetlag.
Key features include inflight entertainment in every seat, larger windows, better cabin atmosphere to reduce jetlag and technology to minimise turbulence.