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In traveling to Japan and my time zone compared to theirs is completely opposite. I take risperadal and lamotrigine I have no idea what to do because if I take it when I normally take it in my country Id pass out by 10am and sleep all day! How do I shift this? If I dont take a dose at my scheduled time I get very bad withdrawals...
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Default Re: Traveling with medications to different time zones when should I take them?

Maybe you can start shifting your schedule gradually until you get there--and then you'll be "in the zone." Hope you have a great trip!
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