Summer is here (well, in most of the northern hemisphere) and the travel high season brings the old Jet-Lag withit. The condition of jet lag can last several days, and symptoms may include:
- Interrupted Sleep
- difficulty concentrating
- feeling disorientated
- memory problems
- muscle soreness
- generally feeling unwell
The good news is that Homeopathic remedies and hands-on treatments may help reduce the effects of Jet Lag tremendously. instead of suffering everytime you travel, whether its business or pleasure, you want to be sharp and active for a fruitful and enjoyable trip.
This is a very safe and natural way to help reduce jet lag symptoms, in the form of easy-to-take tablets. Its being used extensively by passengers and air crews all around the world for over 20 years. All that is needed is a tablet just before departure, during the flight and one after arrival at destination. Being a homeopathic preparation using extremely low dosages it has no known side effects.
Treatments such as Indian Head Massage and Reiki bring about great relaxation of body and mind and have a balancing and calming effect on the system. Known for being safe and effective therapies that may help a variety of conditions such as insomnia, stress, tiredness, sinusitis, migraines & headaches, It is naturally beneficial in the case of Jet-Lag.
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