JET LAG 1. (noun) a condition that is characterized by various psychological and physiological effects after a long flight through several time zones WHAT'S THE PROBLEM? Jet lag is an imbalance in our body's “biological clock” caused by traveling to different time zones. When switched to a new time zone, our circadian rhythms (our bodies' 24-hour cycle that regulates plasma levels of certain hormones, body temperature, and other biological factors) is slow to adjust. As a result, travelers ...

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