Jet Lag And The Brain: How They Interact

In a 2016 study, researchers at the University of Maryland developed mathematical proofs to define jet lag more precisely, and according to Associate Prof. Michelle Girvan, the condition has everything to do with the brain’s so-called “pacemaker cells” getting disrupted as people cross multiple time...

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