Jet Lag: Causes, Symptoms, Remedies and Prevention #infographic

Jet Lag: Causes, Symptoms, Remedies and Prevention #infographic

 There's a fair chance you've encountered the symptoms of jet lag if you're moving between time zones for work or pleasure. The sheer physical tiredness and mental sluggishness that makes it difficult to concentrate on work-related tasks or enjoy a long-anticipated holiday, you know. 

No doubt, the feeling is terrible, but there are a variety of steps you may take to relieve the symptoms before and after you arrive at your destination. Our definitive guide to how to beat it quickly and efficiently is as follows. And we will get moving!

To remain precise, our brain uses external cues to reset itself on a regular basis, primarily through the natural transitions from daytime to dark. Without these signals, tiny inaccuracies in the timing of our biological cycles can accumulate, which can contribute to disrupted and irregular sleep patterns.

In our heart, liver, pancreas, and other organs, there are also normal daily oscillations which function as a backup or secondary biological clock. There is also biology in assessing our sleep architecture, which plays an important role. For instance, our genetic code will alter our circadian cycle by as much as a few hours to become either a morning human or a night owl.

Jet Lag: Causes, Symptoms, Remedies and Prevention #infographic

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