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Regarding jet lag - if you move one hour per night - is it less likely to happen?

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Dr. Neil Liebowitz
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In brief: Depends on direction

Studies have shown that without light dark stimulus, we advance our sleep cycle by one hour per day.
But if you are going west to east you may be shifting in wrong direction, so one hour will feel like two.

In brief: Depends on direction

Studies have shown that without light dark stimulus, we advance our sleep cycle by one hour per day.
But if you are going west to east you may be shifting in wrong direction, so one hour will feel like two.
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