We all love to travel on a nice vacation from time to time. We may drive, cruise, or fly around the world to some exotic location or even a family member's house. We anticipate the fun and excitement of our adventure for days to come. The splashing water at the beach, the sunshine peaking over tall mountains, and much more.
Traveling can be fun, but also tiresome. As we go on these awesome vacations, we must take time to protect our health. We must protect ourselves from the dangers of diseases, drownings, kidnapping, and etc.
Take safety precautions to keep your health in tack ,whether it's at the beach, a hotel, or on an airplane. Try keeping hand sanitizer at all times. There are various places to book your room; such as, Booking.com where you can check the reviews of various hotels which can give you a good idea if they are a clean establishment among other things.
Try to reduce your risk while flying on long flights by walking and drinking water.
According to Everyday Health, you can
"Reduce your risk of a blood clot. Staying immobile for prolonged periods, such as on long flights, increases the risk of developing blood clots in your legs. You can minimize this possibility by getting up from your seat and walking about the cabin every 60 to 90 minutes. Drinking plenty of water and juices can also help. Avoid beverages that cause you to urinate excessively, such as alcohol and caffeinated drinks."
Protecting the skin
- Use sunscreen
- Use insect repellent
Safety near the water
- Wear a life jacket when you are involved in water sports.
- Never leave children unattended
- Swim in chlorinated pools
- Be aware of strong waves and tides.
According to the CDC,
"Keep feet clean and dry, and do not go barefoot, especially on beaches where there may be animal waste, to prevent fungal and parasitic infection."
- Don't travel alone if possible
- Have someone whom you can call to check in with every so often with updates, if you are traveling alone.
Now that, we have gone over some safety, health, and travel tips, be sure to have a safe drive, cruise or flight.
May you all have a wonderful day!
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