Frequent flying as well as flying to different time zones have been known to give many a people jet lag. And even though it is not a serious condition, it is ofcourse something that is most inconvenient as well as frustrating, especially when you have traveled all the way for a definite purpose in mind and would not want to spend all the time feeling sick and woozy.
Jet lag usually happens when your body travels into a different time zone which in turn disrupts your body's natural clock, also known as the circadian rhythm. There are a few things that you can do to help with the jet lag issue. if you are travelling to a time zone quite opposite of your's make sure that you change your sleep patterns a few days before you embark on the journey.