Patient Comments: Jet Lag - Remedies

Question:What remedies have you found helpful for jet lag?

Comment from: Joyce Scott, 25-34 Female (Caregiver) Published: June 01

Jet lag is mainly found in most travelling people or business persons as they need to survive according to biological clock as per time zone. Due to which sleep pattern changes and people suffer from jet lag. Waklert is found to be most effective remedy for jet lag disorder. It increases efficacy of the eugeroics and keep your brain alert and active. It is the best wakefulness promoting agent available online too.

Comment from: jason, Male (Patient) Published: April 21

I discovered an all-natural supplement JetLagFX for jetlag. Travelling is now more enjoyable.

Comment from: DR K-A BABAR, 45-54 Male (Caregiver) Published: April 11

Jet lag occurs severely in those who are occasional travelers, but it also occurs in some of those who are frequent travelers. It is the effect of time zone variation, if the person is given a small concentration of oxygen it can abort the symptoms. Melatonin can also help.

Comment from: DR K-A BABAR, 45-54 Male (Caregiver) Published: April 11

Air travel habituation helps in overcoming jetlag. First travel has severe symptoms than repeated travels, and travel within 80 days have less severe symptoms. Melatonin has some role.

Comment from: aball33, 19-24 Male (Patient) Published: January 14

Alprazolam and Ambien.

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Jet Lag - Melatonin Question: Have you taken melatonin supplements to prevent jet lag? How does it help?
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