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Observations and Advice about Jet Lag

Those who often Non stop flights from USA to India travel across various time zones may have jet lag, also known as jet lag disease. Circadian rhythms (your body's internal clock) tell you when to stay up and go to bed. Due to your body's internal clock to your home time zone rather than the new time zone you've gone to, you experience jet lag. Travelling between time zones increases your risk of jet lag. Daytime weariness, a general sick feeling, difficulties concentrating, and digestive issue
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Blowfish Soothes Travel Fatigue


I’m not much into excessive drinking anymore. The mornings after were just too punishing. But now my weakness is having a glass of wine or beer and then occasionally a snifter of cognac or whiskey as a night cap…which is a big no-no as well for avoiding hangover territory.

I’m always open to new ideas and remedies for easing the negative effects of alcohol consumption not only for this stated purpose but also for fighting similar symptoms associated with travel fatigue. Cutting through the foggy

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