A survey on sleep conducted by Hilton Hotels and the National Sleep Foundation found that 96% of U.S. business travelers entered a different domestic time zone this year, with half complaining the change cost them sleep. But the study also found evidence that as people travel more often, their susceptibility to jet leg declines. Travelers taking 13 to 24 trips a year are more likely to experience jet lag than those taking 25 or more trips a year. Hilton cooperates in the survey to find ...


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