Jet lag, also known as time zone change syndrome or desynchronosis, occurs when people travel rapidly from east to west, or west to east in an aircraft. Our body clocks are sort of meddled with and we get to have symptoms such as headaches, insomnia and irritability. Here are two ways to minimize symptoms of jetlag:
* Physical fitness and health - studies have found that people who are physically fit, rest properly, and eat a well-balanced diet tend to have fewer and lighter symptoms than other individuals.
* Control underlying medical conditions - if there is an existing medical condition, such as a lung disease, heart disease or diabetes, following the treatment plan can help minimize the impact of jet lag.