Jet lag

Jet lag,

Definition of Jet lag:

  1. Extreme tiredness and other physical effects felt by a person after a long flight across several time zones.

  2. Air travelers condition caused by the disruption of bodys natural day light-associated rhythms due to fast travel over several time zones. It is characterized by fatigue, insomnia, irritability, sluggish body functions and other symptoms.

Synonyms of Jet lag

Minamata disease, Altitude sickness, Anoxemia, Anoxia, Anoxic anoxia, Anthrax, Black lung, Caisson disease, Chilblain, Decompression sickness, Frostbite, Immersion foot, Itai, Lead poisoning, Mercury poisoning, Motion sickness, Pneumoconiosis, Radiation sickness, Radionecrosis, Red-out, Sunstroke, The bends, Trench foot, Tiredness, Fatigue, Exhaustion, Prostration, Overtiredness, Collapse

How to use Jet lag in a sentence?

  1. She was suffering from jet lag and needed to rest.

Meaning of Jet lag & Jet lag Definition