Travel Stress Free This Holiday With These 4 TipsNovember 9, 2016
Reduce Motion Sickness with These Thanksgiving Traveling Tips
Traveling is often inherently stressful, especially around the holidays. The day before Thanksgiving is the busiest travel day of the year. Long lines at the airport and endless miles in the car can lead to added stress and anxiety. You can stay healthy and comfortable this holiday season with these Thanksgiving traveling tips.
Plan Ahead, Eat Right, & Relax
If you pack in a hurry, you are sometimes thrown into an uncomfortable situation while traveling. Whether you are traveling by car, bus, or plane, being on the go can trigger all sorts of stressful situations and bumpy encounters that can lead to motion sickness. You can do your body a favor by looking after your health before and during your travels. Pack early and get plenty of sleep. Keep a bottle of water at your side while you travel to avoid dehydration. Pack a few mild snacks with lots of protein and essential vitamins and minerals. Trail mix, seeds, nuts, and dried fruit can be great companions on the road and keep you from grabbing greasy convenience foods that you might later regret.
Avoid Alcohol while Traveling
Even if it helps you relax, alcohol can actually make motion sickness worse. Drinking on the road can lead to nausea, dehydration, and fatigue. It’s important to stay focused and in control when you’re traveling. Avoid temptation and save the alcohol for when you’ve arrived at your destination.
Give Yourself Extra Time
Early flights and long road trips are stressful enough. The last thing you want to do is run short on time. If you cut it too close, you’re likely in store for a lengthy period of stress and anxiety. Even if it means waking up an extra hour earlier, having more time to travel to your destination often makes the trip smoother for everyone. Leave time for sudden delays, long lines at the airport, or heavy holiday traffic. You can never be too early when it comes to traveling around Thanksgiving.
Avoid Motion Sickness Altogether
Pack a bottle of Motioneaze. Having a bottle of Motioneaze on hand is an easy way to reduce the symptoms of motion sickness while traveling. Light and compact, you can keep a bottle in your glove box, a backpack, a purse or a carry-on bag. If your flight starts to get bumpy or if your road trip starts to drag on a little too long, you can rub a few drops of Motioneaze behind your ear for symptom relief in as little as just a few minutes. Or you can apply all-natural Motioneaze preventatively and skip the guessing without any concern for unwanted side effects.
Now it’s time to go enjoy your holiday. Time off from work and daily routines are meant to be enjoyed, not stressed about. Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Motioneaze!
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