dyschronism

dyschronism

 [dis-kro´nizm]
separate in time; disturbance of any time relation.
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dyschronism

(dis-kro'nizm) [? + chronos, time]
A disturbed sense of time esp. that occurring after transportation from one time zone to another that is 5 to 10 hr ahead or behind. This leads to disturbances of sleep/wake cycles. Synonym: jet lag
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