Origin of jet lag
Related formsjet-lagged, adjective
Examples from the Web for jet lag
He was still beat from the cold and the jet-lag, the work and the sheer exhaustion.Makers|Cory Doctorow
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Medicine definitions for jet lag
Related formsjet′-lagged′ adj.
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A temporary disruption of the body's biological clock experienced by persons who travel across several time zones by airplane. The effects of jet lag, which may include fatigue and irritability, generally disappear after a few days as the body's internal rhythms readjust themselves to the new time frame.