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JET LAG: a syndrome of fatigue, weakness, sleepiness, and irritability caused by a disruption in the normal cycle of sleeping and waking, as when traveling across several time zones in a short time.  Adapting to a time zone can take 5 to 15 days.
Long distance air travel can throw off not only your sleep patterns, but also your immune system.  Air travelers are prone to illness from exposure to an onslaught of germs as a result of poor air circulation, jet stress, the low oxygen content of recycled air, and exposure to free radicals.  Where planes once used 100% fresh air that was circulated every three minutes, newer model planes save fuel by using half recirculated air that is freshened every six or seven minutes or longer.
DRUG TREATMENT: You can coerce your body into sleeping on cue by taking a sleeping pill, but the drug may leave you drowsy during the day.  Taking the popular Halcion before a flight can be quite dangerous, resulting in some cases in an incapacitating condition called "traveling amnesia".  
NATURAL REMEDIES: A popular natural alternative for correcting a disturbed sleep pattern is melatonin.  A hormone secreted by the pineal gland in response to light hitting the eyes, melatonin determines when we sleep and when we wake up.  
For countering the onslaughts to the immune system and free radicals, consider Immune Support, Geopathic Stress, Polarity Plus and Free Radicals.  
1. Drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration.  It is best to avoid alcohol and coffee.
2. Reduce food intake.
3. Wear comfortable clothing while traveling.
4. Do not sleep immediately upon arrival while it is still daylight.  Go for a walk in the sun to stimulate your pineal gland and reset your internal clock.
5. For sleeping on the plain, bring eyeshades, earplugs, and a comfortable neck pillow.  A great mental exercise for inducing sleep is to stop thinking.
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INDICATIONS: For temporary relief of symptoms related to Free Radical Toxicity including tingling in hands and feet, mood changes, frequent colds, poor digestion, poor blood sugar regulation, weight gain, fatigue, and constipation. INDICATIONS: For temporary relief of symptoms related to sleep disorders, Seasonal Affective Disorder, jet lag, and depression. INDICATIONS: For temporary relief of symptoms including fatigue, foggy brain, poor memory, anxiety, poor concentration, poor muscle coordination, depression, jet lag, mood swings, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), stress and travel sickness.
For temporary relief of symptoms related to Free Radical Toxicity including tingling in hands and feet, mood changes, frequent colds, poor digestion, fatigue, and constipation. For temporary relief of symptoms related to sleep issues and jet lag. For temporary relief of symptoms including fatigue, foggy brain, anxiety, poor concentration, jet lag, mood swings, stress and travel sickness.
For temporary relief from the symptoms associated with exposure to PEMF, including vertigo, light sensitivity, mood swings, and poor memory. INDICATIONS: For temporary relief of symptoms related to Geopathic Stress including, jet lag, polarity change, general bodily aches, nervousness, muscle cramps, sleep dysfunction, stress and fatigue. INDICATIONS: For temporary relief of symptoms related to cough, fever, jet lag, muscle pain, sore throat, swollen glands, bronchial congestion, ear, nose and throat congestion.
For temporary relief from the symptoms associated with exposure to PEMF, including vertigo, light sensitivity, mood swings, and poor memory. For temporary relief of symptoms related to Jet Lag, general body aches, nervousness, muscle cramps, and fatigue. For temporary relief of symptoms related to infection, such as cough, fever, headache, fatigue, cold, muscle pain, sore throat, ear, nose, and throat congestion.
   
 
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