What Does Jetlag Mean?

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Ilina Profile
Ilina answered
Let me dumb it down to a situation, since the others have already gotten the literal definition. For example, you took a flight from New York to California at around 7:00 pm. You arrive in California 4 hours later, so you feel as if it is 11:00 pm, but really, In California it is only 8:00 pm. The feeling of sleep and not being able to keep up with time is jet-lag.
Ren Yan Profile
Ren Yan answered
Jet lag is a physiological condition which is a consequence of alterations to circadian rhythms.
yarnlady Profile
yarnlady answered
It means when someone flies in a jet plane to a different time zone, it takes them awhile to catch up to the change. The is called a lag.
Eg GI'mnottellinganyone Profile
It's like when you're on a plane off to a different country or someplace else where it'll take a while to get to, the time zone is different so you get tired because (example) it's morning there when it's night at your original place.
William Harkin Profile
William Harkin answered
It's when your body tells you,It's one time,and when the clock tells you it's another.Due to flying through different time zones
Teri  Brooks Profile
Teri Brooks answered
When you cant really walk staright in a way cause you got off a plane and your just used to flying it is a condition
Informater Infoman Profile
Jetlag is physiological problem which occurs when (usually travelling in a plane, hence the name 'JET lag") you change time zones.

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