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Have you tried using a short-acting benzodiazepine to reset your circadian rhythm?
> > > There's no question in my mind that melatonin works well to
> > > and induce sleep with no after-effects of next-day grogginess.
> > This is my (extremely limited, two data points) experience too. It
> > does wonders with jet-lag, and this is a well documented area.
>Really ? Someone ought to tell that to my body. I travel three
>year between Tokyo and the States alone (RT). It hasn't worked for
>In my case, it induces momentary grogginess, which passes after about
>minutes. My father is a pharmacist, I've tried several brands.
>on one brand suggests to keep popping 'em each time you wake up, so
>probably not the only person with this problem.
>On the other hand, I know people its worked wonders for.
>- - Ed
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