stop making excuses, 100 yards is a 100 yards.
but on a serious note, Pete might never admit it but Jet Lag is a real thing
Jet lag isn’t caused by the length of time you travel but by the amount of time zones you cross. The more zones you cross, the more jet lag you experience.
- Jet lag only happens when you travel from east to west or west to east, not in any other cardinal direction
- The effects of jet lag have more of an impact if you travel from west to east (not east to west), because the day will feel longer than usual.
- Jet lag is not likely to occur if you only cross one or two time zones. However, it’s not entirely unknown for some people to be sensitive to just one.
- The older someone is, the more impactful the effects of jet lag can be and therefore the longer the body will take to bounce back to its rhythm.
- According to experts, the brain receives less oxygen when a person travels by plane, which might increase the chances of any jet lag problems becoming harsher.http://onestep4ward.com/science-jet-lagwhat-travel/