I have to chuckle to myself at those kind / well meaning fellow human beings who do not believe in ‘jet lag’.
This afternoon, as I nearly fell out of my chair from fatigue, here at Greg and Tsering’s place, I wondered aloud to myself : “What time is it in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia and Seoul, South Korea?”
Thanks to Mister Samsung A10, I realized it was 4 o’clock in the early morning in Seoul and 3 o’clock in the early morning in Ulaanbaaar. At these times-of-day I’ve been told our internal bio-rhythms are at their lowest ebb.
So I went back into the bedroom and instantly fell dead-asleep.
This recovery from jet lag takes time and needs to be taken as a legitimate health issue.
Before laying down, Greg and I walked a loop around his parking lot in a light / misty / cooling Seattle rain.
What else to do?
I just dropped the above Post on top of a December 11th post about visiting the Emergency Room here in Seattle yesterday. To see it just scroll down.
- DEC 11, 19 .. VIRGINIA MASON HOSPITAL .. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
- DEC 13, 19 .. FRIDAY THE THIRTEENTH .. FOR WHAT EVER THAT’S WORTH ..