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Travel dilemmas: Avoid being a jet-lagged zombie: Light and liquids

"I'm a zombie the first four or five days I travel," said Chris Baiz of Los Angeles. "Tried everything. I wake up at 1 or 2 a.m. and then lie there awake."

"After returning to L.A. from a New York trip, sleeping through the night and awakening the next day, I found myself bonking around the house like a misguided pinball wizard, dopey and loopy," said Kathryn Rueby of Torrance.

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