Home Health Jet lag, how to combat and prevent it Saturday July 13 2013 email print Long-distance travel across different time zones results in a jetlag that disrupts one’s normal routine and causes fatigue. Photo/FOTOSEARCH In Summary You can get symptoms of jet lag if you cross three or more time zones.Different body rhythms adjust at different rates. So, for example, you might feel your digestion has recovered but still have trouble sleeping. Advertisement By Rachael Mayfield-Blake, Bupa Health Information Team email print In the headlines Yahya Jammeh goes into exile in Equatorial Guinea Activists will be keen to see Mr Jammeh refused amnesty for crimes committed during his tenure New education system to start in May This year, KICD is expected to develop learning materials and teaching guides. Pupils leave school amid biting drought Foreign envoys call for credible election Gambia's Yahya Jammeh leaves office after 22 years President Trump acts swiftly at dawn of new era Former US President Obama heads to California for vacation Who will Trump choose as top US official for Africa docket?