I was recently interviewed for an article about jet lag. This is something that athletes and business travelers deal with regularly, and it can have a massive negative impact on performance. There are things you can do to mitigate the effect of travel though. Read the full article HERE.
Traveling the world weaves color and energy into life. Jet lag can disrupt the colorful, exhilarating adventure.
Every long-haul traveler is familiar with the aggravating early morning wake-ups or struggles to fall asleep in a new a time zone, but jet lag symptoms can extend beyond sleep disturbances. It’s not uncommon for those experiencing jet lag to contend with feelings of wooziness, nausea and fatigue.
Kevin Sprouse, the head of medicine for EF Education First Pro Cycling, helps our riders mitigate the impact of jet lag, and now he hopes to do the same for you.