Frequent Flyer Fatigue

Able to finally fly in comfort
Peter – thank you for posting this. I just wanted to add that I typically feel horrible on airplanes, disoriented, motion sick, brain fog, tightness, fatigue, particularly on take-off and landing. I am happy to say that on our most recent trip (VA to CA and back again) I felt so much relief with the magnets. Actually, what worked best was having them on my sternum AND having them on the CVS/back of neck. The sternum alone position was helpful but both of them together allowed me to actually speak and move my head during landing.

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Jet Lag turns to energy
BIA – Parallel Capacitance Body Composition Report # 081205DY History: The subject is a 38-year-old female in overall good health, tested just after a series of international and national flights. The subject indicated feeling very tired and a bit disoriented from jet lag

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