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Will I get sick from jetlag?
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Dr. Sarah Kohl
Travel Medicine
4 doctors agree
In brief: Uncomfortable
Jet lag is the mismatch between your internal biologic clock and the external world.
You will feel sleepy and have poor appetite for a day or so. Additionally your memory and analytical skills will be reduced until you have adapted. Exposure to sunlight, both morning and evening and using your body's natual sleep hormone-melatoinin prior to sleep you can hasten your adaptaion.

In brief: Uncomfortable
Jet lag is the mismatch between your internal biologic clock and the external world.
You will feel sleepy and have poor appetite for a day or so. Additionally your memory and analytical skills will be reduced until you have adapted. Exposure to sunlight, both morning and evening and using your body's natual sleep hormone-melatoinin prior to sleep you can hasten your adaptaion.
Dr. Sarah Kohl
Dr. Sarah Kohl
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Dr. Dennis Clifford
Internal Medicine - Pulmonary Critical Care
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Vulnerable
Depending on how many time zones you travel, jet lag can make you vulnerable to fatigue related illnesses and make you more vulnerable to infections.

In brief: Vulnerable
Depending on how many time zones you travel, jet lag can make you vulnerable to fatigue related illnesses and make you more vulnerable to infections.
Dr. Dennis Clifford
Dr. Dennis Clifford
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