|Subject: Jet Lag|
This tip will not be for everyone. I call my doctor and tell him that I am
going to Europe. I ask for a small prescription of sleeping pills to help my
body adjust to the time changes. He usually prescribes pills that will put
me to sleep for four to six hours. The taking of the pills must be timed to
the length of flight remaining.
The sleep helps my body adjust and I'm able to function well after landing. (This is especially necessary for me in England where I must drive on the left side of the road.) Before I used sleeping pills, I was a wreck upon arrival.
The downsides for me have been going to sleep with a dinner roll in my hand before finishing my meal. And deep sleep, open mouth, drooling. Well, you can't always be cool. Bill Wysong Colorado