|Subject: Re: Cure for jet lag?|
Regarding No Jet Lag... I have used it on a few occasions and it does seem to help me a little bit. Although, I don't know if it is merely by power of suggestion! You are right, it is rather pricey.
I have forgotten to take it on trips and it doesn't seem to matter very much. I still find that the very best way to overcome jetlag is the way many on TheTravelzine have suggested.. Stay up and try to go to sleep in the evening whereever you are. Adjusting your body clock is by far the best way to do it. And if you're going to be gone for 3 months (lucky you!) it shouldn't take you very long at all to do this. Happy Travels!
p.s. I travel quite often for work and I have found something that helps me when I need a little pick me up. It's called Emergen-C and it's a powder in a packet that you add to water for a little boost of vitamins, minerals and electrolites. Many of my traveling co-workers use it as well. You can find it in most drug and grocery stores.
Regards, Jenni in Chicago