Flex your muscles while flying
One of the most classic air travel health tips involves avoiding deep vein thrombosis (DVT). Those who have poor circulation, smoke, have heart disease, are pregnant, had recent surgery and have certain cancers are most at risk. Here are a few tips, or better yet, ask your doctor for guidance:
• Wear comfy, loose-fitting clothing and shoes. •Don’t cross your legs during flight. • Wear compression socks. • Stay hydrated. • Avoid alcohol and caffeine.
Skip that drink
Think a stiff drink will help calm your nerves while flying? Why not? Reasons vary from the dehydration caused by alcohol in an already dry environment to its stronger effect given the reduced oxygen in the air. Drinking can also make it more difficult to kick jet lag after you arrive. So, stick to water and decaffeinated beverages until you touch down.
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