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    Jet lag problems

    I have been travelling a lot for work going from China to the US. I get fucked with jet lag and I canít seem to get enough energy to workout from after these trips. Can I take something to help sleep? Thanks for anyone that can advise me!

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    Modafinil is often prescribed to help those with similar issues related to shift work.

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    I find fasting when you fly is a great way to get over jetlag. Once you start incorporating meals at different times the body goes out of sync. Lots of water and dont eat. Works for me. Also helps to adjust to destination hours a couple days leading up to your travel.

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    I usually stay up until my lag tallies with the local time.

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    Getting more sleep might not be the answer to the lack of performance in the gym. have you tried caffeine maybe?

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    Melatonin perhaps? I've never had to deal with this problem

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    'taking something' is not what you should do. your body simply needs to acclimate to the new time zone
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    Melatonin could help. Otherwise youíll just end up getting groggy later etc. I would just try dyphenhydramine (benedryl). Itís safe and it can help in a pinch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P0N View Post
    Modafinil is often prescribed to help those with similar issues related to shift work.
    This is a great option
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    I wouldn't use any of those sleep supplements, they take out your natural melatonine and it's causes insomnia over time of using it!

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