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How do you tell if you have jet lag?
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Dr. Sarah Kohl
Travel Medicine
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In brief: Fatigue, mild nausea
Jet lag occurs when you travel east or westbound.
Typically you feel fatigued, mild nausea, and have trouble with sleeping. It lasts a few days, often worse on the first day. Get out into sunlight and take melatonin if you are having trouble sleeping.

In brief: Fatigue, mild nausea
Jet lag occurs when you travel east or westbound.
Typically you feel fatigued, mild nausea, and have trouble with sleeping. It lasts a few days, often worse on the first day. Get out into sunlight and take melatonin if you are having trouble sleeping.
Dr. Sarah Kohl
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