JetLagFX, by LifeWorks Research Corporation, has two primary functions – to reduce the mental and physical stress of long journeys, and to help travelers more easily adjust to changes in sleep schedules in order to get a good night’s rest.

JetLagFX’s proprietary blend of ingredients have been proven to improve your mood, reduce stress, and help you sleep better at night. GABA and DMAE Bitartrate, two important ingredients in JetLagFX, have both been used in the medical field for years to naturally reduce stress and improve your mood – greatly reducing the chore that long travel journeys can be.




These two ingredients help travelers arrive at their destinations feeling refreshed and relaxed, as opposed to mentally and physically drained. Stress leads to difficulty falling asleep as well as poor sleep quality in general, so reducing the stress of a long journey already puts travelers ahead. Simply put, travelers taking JetLagFX arrive feeling better than those who don’t.

The second function of JetLagFX is to help the body adjust to changes in sleep schedules. This can happen as a result of traveling through timezones or simply because the task you will be undertaking upon arrival will have you working longer hours. JetLagFX contains 5-HTP, B-complex vitamins, Ashwagandha, and magnesium. These ingredients work together to help reduce the shock to your body from changes in sleeping schedules, and to get a better sleep at night in general.






At LifeWorks, we’ve found that these ingredients, when correctly balanced, greatly help travelers adjust to changes in sleep schedules. They allow travelers to fall asleep more easily at a time that their circadian rhythm has not yet adjusted to, and more importantly, to stay asleep throughout the night. The ingredients also have the benefit of providing improved energy and concentration during the day. Simply put, travelers taking JetLagFX sleep better at night and function better during that day than those who do not. JetLagFX helps travelers who are suffering from jet lag.