The Cure for Jet Lag

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If you’ve ever crossed time zones, no doubt you’ve probably experienced these decades old symptoms of jet lag at some point:

Fatigue, irritability, nausea, anxiety, dehydration, constipation, diarrhea, headache, sweating, temporary memory loss….am I missing any?!.

Finally, beating the inevitable jet lag is possible and each crucial step on how to fight it has been detailed in The Cure for Jet Lag.

Authored by Lynne W. Scanlon and Charles F. Ehret, Ph.D, this book demystifies jet lag and scientifically breaks down its symptoms with various ways of treating them.

The first two chapters cover symptoms of jet lag such as fatigue and their expected duration and effects on the body.

Subsequent chapters are dedicated to explaining the different time zones, how they impact the body, and how to trick the body into naturally adjusting without incident.

The Cure’s three step program outlines how to overcame jet lag using specific foods, tea, coffee, low/high calorie meals, physical/mental activity, light/dark settings, and how to use them preflight, inflight, and postflight.

If you’re ready to kick jet lag for good, you may want to grab a copy.

Price: $20.00 | BUY

Watch the video: Jet Lag: Mayo Clinic Radio

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