Jet lag is a physiological condition that results from rapid changes in our body’s natural sleep-wake cycle. If we follow the needs and desires of our body, we would end up sleeping throughout the day and staying awake during the night. In the short-run, these symptoms can lead to low productivity, headache and loss of appetite, and in the long-run even to memory & learning problems.
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Research in the last 20+ years from leading universities, including Harvard and Oxford, has shown that exposing yourself to and avoiding light at the right times of the day is the most effective way to shift your body clock. That change may lead to improved sleep as well as faster adaptation to a new time zone.