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After a very long flight, jet-lag can be a debilitating factor for a dancer," said massage therapist Phil Birch.
What was even more surprising was that Zuiverloon, 21, played the entire 90 minutes of the 2-1 defeat having openly admitted that he was struggling to sleep because of jet-lag.
I had a bit of a pain in the knee but it was because of the jet-lag.
On their first day home, two-thirds of the physicians showed a marked increase in jet-lag symptoms, with gradual improvement over the next five days.
While travel-induced jet lag is something most of us only endure occasionally, social jet-lag can make itself felt every week.
THE trick is, declared Ian, to fight off jet-lag, stay awake and go to bed at a normal time.