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I have a position that requires travel from coast to coast and sometimes international. I travel multiple times a month in many cases. I do not usually have any fatigue during travel, but often when I return, I end up with a few days of fatigue. I think this is that I am really determined to do my best and burn up the store of energy. Then when I get home, the release of Adrenalin just craters to a low, kind of like a ahhh that is over.

I am mostly on the upswing from treatment for multiple years doing Abx, then did Buhner, back on Abx. I am now in a maintenance mode, feel better than I have in years. However, the travel is what does me in.

What do you do to combat fatigue? Do you take any boosters to be able to push through it or do you have some other magic bullet to help?

It has been some time since I posted, I check the site every few months to read the posts.

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I relate. I think one of the best tips is to make sure you're getting enough sleep and rest while you're traveling, and also making sure you're eating enough and drinking plenty of water - keeping all of your needs met.

If you tend to have trouble sleeping when you travel, I recommend bringing a supplement to help you sleep, like Melatonin or Valerian Root.

"Rescue Sleep" from Bach Flower Remedies is fantastic and I very highly recommend it. It helps with calmness to help you be able to fall asleep. This is the link:

To help with energy (and immune system), I love Liposomal Vitamin C

I know it's hard, but try not to push yourself too hard when you're traveling. Rest when you need to rest, take naps during the day, and be mellow during the times of day when you aren't working.

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