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Jetlag

Jet lag is a condition which affects people when they travel across time zones. What happens is a confusion of the circadian rhythm or the body's reactions through a 24-hour cycle. Sleeping and waking up is one of the cycles which get affected. One who falls victim to this condition might experience a series of undesirable symptoms which include digestion problems, insomnia, prolonged headaches, fatigue dehydration and nausea.

Jet lag affects most travelers although the condition's severity differs greatly in different people. If you plan to travel across your time zone, it is advised that you try and adjust to your new time zone by either sleeping early or late in the night. Exercise can also help but this will only be effective after you have travelled; exercising improves your physical condition and will help you improve. The most effective way to deal with the condition is using medication which helps you get better.

Product Category Recommendation: B6 Complex 

Words from our in House Expert:

dr.-dave-bordered.jpgDr. Dave States: The circadian rhythm of the body is set on a normal 24 hour cycle.  When this rhythm is disrupted it can pose problems with the body and brain chemisty.  This chemisty can be changed easily when not given enough time to regenerate and rest.  Many different brain support vitamins as well as nervous system support are found sitewide.  B vitamins are some of the best basic vitamins to support the nervous system.  Sleep aids are also available like melatonin to help create proper rest.

 

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