• Posts Tagged ‘circadian rhythms’

    Dietary supplements and jet lag; do they help?

    by  • May 21, 2019 • Health, Jet lag, Jetlag, Long haul flights, Travel Nutrition, Travel Wellbeing, Working productively • 0 Comments

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    Would taking a dietary supplement help to relieve jet lag when travelling long haul? The more time zones we cross, the greater the disturbance to our biological clocks.  Business travel can mess with our circadian rhythms, causing the hormones that help us wake, sleep and digest food, to kick off at inappropriate times. The...

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    How to reduce the effects of jet lag prior to travelling

    by  • February 4, 2015 • Airports, Birmingham International airport, City of London, Hotel reviews, Jet lag, Manchester Airport, Melbourne, Travel stress • 1 Comment

    Jet lag is often considered to be a hazard of the job when you travel internationally on business.  Yet there are several methods which you can use to reduce the effects of jet lag.  So let’s begin with exploring simple, proven techniques that an international business traveller can implement before they commence their business...

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    Professor Jason Ellis PhD; C.Psychol; EBSM,
    Director of the Northumbria Centre for Sleep Research

    by  • June 10, 2014 • Profiles • 0 Comments

    Professor Jason Ellis  After completing his undergraduate degree at Thames Valley University in 1999, Professor Ellis was awarded an Advanced Course Quota Studentship by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) to complete an MSc in Health Psychology at the University of Surrey. On completion he was awarded a postgraduate training award by the...

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