Personal factors. These include age, state of health, tolerance to change, preparation for the long trip and, very importantly, the emotional and mental state.
General factors. Noise, vibration, air humidity and sitting still for long periods can influence jet lag. Specific factors. Duration of the flight, time of departure, and changes in climate and culture at the destination affect the severity of jet lag. The problem is aggravated by:
• stress of the pretrip planning
• last minute rushing and anxiety
• lack of sleep during the trip
• overeating and excessive alcohol during the flight
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