physiological condition which is a consequence of alterations to circadian rhythms; it is classified as one of the circadian rhythm sleep disorders. Jet lag results from rapid long-distance transmeridian (east-west or west-east) travel, as on a jet plane.
Thanks, Wikipedia. All I know is, I've been home for six days and I'm still suffering symptoms. Lethargy, sleepiness, sleeplessness, sweating, irregular heartbeat, anxiety. This makes me relatively unhappy with crossing 15 time zones approximately every two weeks.
I know, I know.
Please! Jet lag tips welcomed and appreciated! I seriously don't even have time to Google things I can do to help.
My natural insticts so far are to drink as much wine as possible (only sort of kidding), exercise like a banshee and try to resume normal sleeping patterns asap. I've also invested in a bottle of 3mg Melatonin, of which I'm on my second night of taking one right before bedtime.
Miracle cure-all's appreciated!