Your Trip Companion for Jet Lag Symptoms

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 Tripanion Jet Lag Relief Globalization has made international travel a big part of today’s lifestyle. Whether you travel for business or pleasure, Allegiant Health has developed Tripanion®, a 3-in-1 combo, over-the-counter product as your jet lag rescue companion.

Jet lag is a phenomenon that occurs when the body’s circadian rhythm, or internal clock, is disturbed or out of sync. It often happens when one travels rapidly over two or more time zones by airplane.

Tripanion®, a proprietary all-in-one solution created by the scientists at Allegiant Health, helps alleviate the symptoms of jet lag and resets your body’s natural rhythm, restoring balance and wellness. One package of Tripanion® includes three effective and gentle formulas that aid in regulating your internal clock so you adjust to your current time zone faster and more easily.

The package’s three-color circular design is symbolic, to remind you that these three formulas work synergistically:

  1. Tripanion® DAY Formula helps boost your energy and alertness during the day so you can participate in important activities without falling asleep.
  2. Tripanion® NITE Formula induces sleep when you feel awake so your body can restore its natural energy with a good night’s rest.
  3. Tripanion® LAX Formula gently improves and restores bowel and digestive regularity that is disturbed by dietary changes due to travel.

Tips For Use

This combo pack product is designed to provide maximum effectiveness and convenience to help overcome or reduce your jet lag discomfort.

Tiredness, sleeplessness and irregularity are the three most common symptoms associated with jet lag, and the three unique packaged formulas are a “complete solution” in one package. Knowing that convenience is what a traveler really needs, Tripanion® offers a complete solution to prevent you from going through the hassle of seeking these three remedies individually.

Although taking all three formulas will provide people with the fastest and most effective relief, all three formulas may not always be necessary depending upon your specific condition. If you feel sluggish during the day and have no difficulty falling asleep at night, you may only take the “DAY” formula and skip the “NITE” formula. Similarly, if your regularity and bowel movement is normal and not affected by jet lag, you do not need to take the “LAX” formula.

What is Jet Lag?

According to the National Sleep Foundation, whether you utilize thousands of frequent flier miles or if you are planning a single vacation or business trip to a distant location, you are likely to experience the phenomenon of jet lag, which can have a profound effect on your sleep and alertness. Every day, millions of travelers struggle against jet lag, which for years was considered merely a state of mind.

Now, studies have shown that the condition actually results from an imbalance in our body’s natural “internal clock” caused by traveling to different time zones. Our bodies work on a 24-hour cycle or circadian rhythm. When traveling to a new time zone, our circadian rhythms are slow to adjust and remain on their original biological schedule for several days. This results in our bodies telling us it is time to sleep, when it’s actually the middle of the afternoon, or it makes us want to stay awake when it is late at night. This experience is known as jet lag.

Jet Lag Studies

In a study at Surrey University, researchers found evidence that jet lag causes “profound disruption” to more than 1,000 genes, including those normally drawn upon to maintain, repair and protect the body. The findings might help to explain why people with jet lag have ailments ranging from nausea and anxiety to stomach complaints and memory problems.

While there are many products available to combat jet lag, most of them only help in one area. For instance, sleeping pills may help you sleep, but they may not lessen the symptoms of jet lag during the day.

According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health, any effective formula can be used to combat jet lag, but it may be more beneficial to begin taking it one to three days before the planned day of travel. Natural sunlight influences the internal circadian clock and has been known to counteract jet lag. For those who may not be able to get outside for a dose of sunshine, other alternatives include a light box, a lamp or a light visor.

While these options may be effective, they require timing, advanced planning and in the case of light therapy, another item to pack. Tripanion® was created as a 3-in-1 combo to help alleviate all of the symptoms of jet lag in one convenient package.

The Story Behind the Development of Tripanion®

The Founder and CEO of Allegiant Health travels extensively each year to Asia for business. Over the years, he frequently suffered from the effects of jet lag. In order to maintain the energy level necessary to perform his duties and complete his responsibilities, he became committed to developing and formulating a convenient, complete and turnkey solution to assist jet lag sufferers worldwide.

His approach was to develop a complete, all-in-one solution. Tripanion® is the result of that commitment. Using a synergistic rationale, every aspect of Tripanion® was developed to provide travelers with the necessary support to enjoy their destinations to the fullest.

From product ingredients to colors, flavorings and package design, his passion to help travelers suffering from jet lag was realized. With the introduction of Tripanion® to the market, he is now focusing on new technologies and improvements to current products that will continue to provide more effective solutions to world travelers. In a world where routine travel is common for many, he will continue in his quest for improved products to assist the traveler for years to come.

Manufacturing Information

Tripanion® is manufactured by Allegiant Health, Deer Park, New York, U.S.A. Allegiant Health products and manufacturing are certified to meet all governmental and industrial standards and criteria including Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and FDA current Good Manufacturing Processes (cGMP). Its finished pharmaceuticals are also certified through UL’s (formerly STR/Shuster) “Retail Certification Program.” Allegiant Health possesses A-CLASS and STR-R cGMP OTC Drugs Registered Marks, FDA Facility Registration Number and UL Quality of Excellence Certificate for OTC Drugs and Pharmaceuticals.