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1/29/19 11:52 A

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I have managed to be OK though I fly around 24 hours between Bangladesh & US often thank you about the homeopathic medicine

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9/17/17 9:45 P

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I love my Bose headphones.

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3/5/17 5:08 P

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I have a suggestion, but it doesn't include anything natural, more electronic. What helps me more than anything else are my noise-canceling headphones. I bought the bose quietcomfort34, but there are many brands out there that are sufficient. Something about the background noise being eliminated really combats the build-up of fatigue that you are not usually aware you're dealing with that can drain you (ie, engine noise, other passengers, chatty people, and babies). I highly recommend something like this to help with jet lag, I never fly without mine.

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1/16/17 5:05 A

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My Brother in law is a naturopath. Perhaps this Homeopathic remedy could help with jet lag.

Homeopathy

Homeopathic remedies are small vials of tiny pellets. They are made from minute dosages of naturally occurring substances which, in much larger doses, would produce the same symptoms in healthy people similar to those of the condition or disease.

Homeopathic remedies are diluted to the point that they are no longer detectable, so they are not believed to be toxic or affect the way other medications are metabolized.

A popular homeopathic combination remedy for jet lag includes homeopathic arnica montana (Leopard's bane), bellis perennis (Daisy), Chamomilla (Wild chamomile), Ipecacuanha (Ipecac), and Lycopodium (Clubmoss). Remember that homeopathic remedies are specially prepared and that regular, non-homeopathic doses of these substances can be toxic if taken internally.



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6/5/16 9:09 A

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I haven't found a way to sleep on the 7 hour flights to England from Washington DC. I have grandchildren there so the flights will continue.
The flight seems to act as a stimulant to my nerves. I do find that I will snooze through a movie so I look for airlines that offer good inflight systems.
I've tried Ambien figuring that since I wasn't a regular Ambien user that it would really work, but nope.
Friends of mine suggested the combination of wine and benedryl. That didn't work either.
Both of those just caused the next morning and day to be foggy.

I was in our local REI the other day looking for a patch for our tent and came across the homeopathic remedy 'No Jet Lag'. I was really surprised to see a jet lag remedy and then really surprised that it was a homeopathic remedy I had been looking for.

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I used to be an airline hostess/stewardess and there were times that I would wake up and have to take a moment to figure out where I was. I found that taking short power naps and staying well hydrated helped.

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Do you deal successfully with jet lag? How? I suffer from it and I've got grandchildren 8 hours away by jet, so I've got lots of bad experience with it.

Things I tried:
-- getting up earlier in the USA to get a closer match to the UK time.
-- sleeping pills

Things I'm looking at
-- melatonina ahead of travel (SP has an article)
-- a mix of remedies called 'No Jet Lag"

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