The Impact on Hormones

Social jet lag can disrupt hormone regulation, affecting appetite, metabolism, and overall hormonal balance.

Age Isn't a Barrier

Social jet lag isn't limited to frequent travelers; even those with irregular weekend sleep schedules can experience its effects.

Risk of Chronic Diseases

Studies indicate a link between social jet lag and increased risk of obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular issues.

Weekend Warriors

Catching up on sleep over weekends can worsen social jet lag by further disrupting your body's internal clock.

Jet Lag at Home

Shifts in work schedules, even without time zone changes, can lead to social jet lag due to inconsistent sleep patterns.

Mood and Emotions

Social jet lag can lead to mood swings, irritability, and higher susceptibility to anxiety and depression.

Night Owls' Struggle

Individuals with a preference for late nights (night owls) are more likely to experience social jet lag due to work schedules.

Performance Impact

Social jet lag can impair cognitive function, decision-making, and overall productivity during the day.

Affecting Immune Function

Disrupted sleep patterns from social jet lag can weaken the immune system, making you more susceptible to illnesses.

Influence on Diet

Social jet lag may lead to unhealthy dietary choices and irregular eating patterns, contributing to weight gain.

Shift Work Dilemma

People working night shifts or rotating shifts are at a higher risk of experiencing chronic social jet lag.