Answer: If your plant was healthy prior to the move, it's probably just suffering a little transplanting shock and should snap out of it on its own. Continue to give it the same care you gave it prior to the move and it will recover in time.
Next time you need to repot, soak the pot in a bowl of water the day before the planned move. Allow to drain. The next day repot your plant in fresh potting soil. Fully saturated soil will hold together and come out of the pot all in one piece, with little damage to the roots.
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