Whether it’s for vacation or work or family gatherings, travel can be incredibly disruptive to your sleep. Not to mention the effects of jet lag, which can throw your entire schedule for a loop. But no matter if you’re traveling for work or pleasure, getting proper sleep is key to having a good trip.
Learn to master your sleep cycle the next time you hit the road, or the sky, with our tips, tricks, and in-depth guidance.
What Causes Jet Lag?
Jet lag occurs when a person's internal clock conflicts with environmental cues like the sun rising or setting. This condition usually affects people who travel across many time zones. Most people who experience jet lag feel excessively fatigued or sleepy in a new time zone.
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