When it comes to travelling, everyone talks about the excitement and bliss that comes with this new adventure, but there are also discussions about some of the hardest parts of this activity, especially when it’s about jet lag. According to MedicineNet, jet lag is a “temporary disorder that causes fatigue, insomnia, and other symptoms as a result of air travel across time zones.” Basically, it is a circadian rhythm sleep disorder, or is otherwise the disruption of your internal body clock due to flying over several time zones.
Jet lag is easily diagnosed, even if you have no medical background. If you’ve just landed after several hours of air travel in a country with a large difference in time from where you came from and you experience symptoms such as fatigue, insomnia, anxiety, constipation, diarrhea, confusion, dehydration, headache, irritability, nausea, indigestion, difficulty concentrating, sweating, coordination problems, dizziness, daytime sleepiness, malaise, and even memory loss, chances are, you have jet lag.
Despite sounding like a nightmare no long-distance traveler can escape, jet lag is easily avoidable. Check out this infographic by Hyryde to find out the 5 simple yet effective tips you can use to avoid jet lag on your next long-distance trip
Infographic Source: https://hyryde.com/5-simple-effective-tips-avoid-jet-lag/