Jet lag: trends and coping strategies.

@article{Waterhouse2007JetLT,
  title={Jet lag: trends and coping strategies.},
  author={James Waterhouse and Thomas Reilly and Greg Atkinson and Ben A. Edwards},
  journal={Lancet},
  year={2007},
  volume={369 9567},
  pages={1117-29}
}
The number of travellers undertaking long-distance flights has continued to increase. Such flights are associated with travel fatigue and jet lag, the symptoms of which are considered here, along with their similarities, differences, and causes. Difficulties with jet lag because of sleep loss and decreased performance are emphasised. Since jet lag is caused mainly by inappropriate timing of the body clock in the new time zone, the pertinent properties of the body clock are outlined, with a… CONTINUE READING
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