What Helps Jet Lag

Jet Lag is a temporary sleep disorder characterized by fatigue, general malaise and gastrointestinal issues caused from a disruption in internal circadian rhythms.


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Natural Remedies That May Help Jet Lag

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Melatonin

Melatonin is a hormone produced in the brain’s pineal gland. It works with your body’s circadian rhythm, as well as, regulates body temperature, blood pressure and hormone levels. Production naturally decreases with age. Melatonin is commonly used as a treatment for sleep disorders including jet lag and insomnia.


Effectiveness
75%


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Pycnogenol

Pycnogenol is the standardized, patented formulation of French Maritime Pine Bark Extract. Native to Southwestern France, the extract is derived from the coastal pine, Pinus pinasterWith powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, Pycnogenol has been used for menstrual disorders, diabetes, cardiovascular health and skin care.


Effectiveness
50%


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Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin found in foods including fish (salmon, trout, sardines) and mushrooms (morel, chanterelle, oyster, shiitake), but more substantially from sun exposure, as the sun’s ultraviolet rays trigger synthesis. 


Effectiveness
50%


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Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin)

Vitamin B12, also known as Cobalamin, is one of the eight, water-soluble B vitamins that play a key role in cellular metabolism. Naturally present in animal foods including dairy (milk, swiss cheese, eggs), fish (tuna), meat (beef) and shellfish (clams, crab). Vitamin B12 aids red blood cell production, neurological function and DNA synthesis.


Effectiveness
50%


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Folic Acid (Vitamin B9)

Folate is the natural form of Vitamin B9, sold as a supplement as Folic Acid. Folate plays a critical role in cell division, as well as the formation of red and white blood cells, DNA and RNA. Folate is found naturally in dark leafy vegetables (spinach, romaine, broccoli), fruits (oranges, lemons, banana, strawberries), legumes (beans, peanuts) and eggs.


Effectiveness
25%


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