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lag

verb dally, dawdle, decelerate, decrease, delay, diiinish in pace, ebb, fail, fall back, fall behind, get behind, go leisurely, hold back, idle, lag behind, linger, lose strength, move slowly, procrastinate, put off, saunter, slow up, take one's time, trail, wane
Associated concepts: implementation date
See also: delay, pause, procrastinate, stall
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More sophisticated solutions involve subjecting yourself to strong doses of light during the mornings preceding your trip, that will shift your body's rhythm by about two hours, thus lessening the effect of jet lag upon arrival.
It's unclear if the effects of oxygen deprivation will be mimicked in humans, but since the causes of jet lag are the same as those researched in mice, it's likely to help.
Through combining advanced brain wave and pulse measurement technology with a comfortable sleeping mask commonly used in air travel, Neuroon uses Bright Light Therapy to improve sleep efficiency, and most importantly to alleviate jet lag.
Jet lag can affect judgement and concentration, so do not drive until you have adapted to local time.
Tired out: The symptoms of jet lag can strike without warning
While we experience jet lag following travel, circadian clocks evolved to be adjustable because of seasonal changes in day length.
You can find sources for melatonin, the brain's natural sleep-associated hormone; complicated schedules for using melatonin; even more complicated schedules for how to adjust your sleep cycle well in advance of travel--a practical impossibility for most of us--and assorted potions, devices and solutions to deal with jet lag.
Jet lag or other glitches in the host's biological rhythms throws the microbes out of sync.
NEW YORK -- A novel delivery form is defining a new herbal supplement to ward off the symptoms of jet lag.
Here are five ways you can avoid jet lag and step off that airplane feeling like a million bucks.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A new research in mice revealed why the body is so slow to recover from jet lag and identifies a target for the development of drugs that could help us to adjust faster to changes in time zone.