Very good question!
Let’s make it more difficult – driving a car instead of sitting in a car/train.
What makes you more tired:
- sitting in armchair for 8 hours
- driving a car on Highway for 8 hours
- sitting in first class in airplane for 8 hours
You will be more tired in opposite order:
- most tiring – aeroplane
- less driving a car
- and finally sitting in armchair
We have two types of EMFs (electromagnetic fields) man-made and natural. Both of them negatively affect our health including tiredness.
Focusing on nature: One of the most powerful and very common EMFs is named Geopathic Stress Lines (water veins). More about them is here. This radiation is a distorted or disrupted part of Schumann Resonance Waves. It may cause developing serious health problem including cancer if it is passing through your bed. You may not have a decent rest and have the same symptoms as exposed to man-made EMFs. Symptoms are listed here.
They are rising from earth vertically and penetrating everything including man-made structures (even on top of tallest building they have the same strength). They affect the same way all airplanes.
Let say that armchair is over those radiation, so it will pass through your body for 8 hours. Your body will be in combat mode trying to fight it for 8 hours. This makes you tired (in addition to setting in the same position).
Driving a car – your car will be passing Geopathic Stress Lines (in addition to other EMF sources) with approximately speed of 100 km/h. This makes your body in constant switching from combat mode to relax and again combat . . . . This is more tiring than in situation above.
Now – 1st class airplane – 8 hours with speed of 1,000 km/h. This makes you even more tired than actively driving a car. You will be approaching and passing through Geopathic Stress lines 10 times faster than in the car. Your body will have more “exercises” in the same amount of time (8 hours).
One of my invented devices is focused on EMFs coming from below the house or car. Driving with my device makes driver and passengers less than half tired. This is especially important for professional drivers. They use it and confirming the results. The same is with airplanes.