Stay healthy is the most important specially when you are traveling. This is one way of relieving the stress you have from the house or work. This holidays I know there are some headaches you encounter and hope this one will help you go through. A tips to help you healthy on the road by Carrie Greenberg at LifeScript.
*This slightly fizzy vitamin powder contains 1,000 milligrams of vitamin C, plus a nice dose of vitamin B and other nutrients. Emergen-C comes in several fruit flavors and travel-friendly packets. Just mix in water.
2. Nasal spray
*A good nasal spray can get rid of the airplane buddies: Sneezy and Stuffy. Afrin is the go-to spray for many travelers, but if that’s not doing the job, ask your doctor about prescription products like Nasonex. Or try Euphorbium, a homeopathic nasal spray.
*There’s no scientific evidence that Airborne works, but thousands of people swear by it… and you may too. An immune-boosting supplement, Airborne contains 17 nutrients that may help your body fight germs.
4. Purell Instant Hand Sanitizer Wipes
*Antibacterial wipes area traveler’s best friend. Use them to wipe down airplane seat trays, phones and T.V. remotes in hotels, and the steering wheel in a rental car.
5. La Fresh Travel Wipes
*Taking a longer trip? You’ll probably need a bunch of products. Save space with La Fresh’s handy kit stocked with nail polish remover pads, makeup remover toilettes, hygiene wipes and more.
*Worried about water-borne bacteria? Swap your regular toothbrush for no-water teeth-cleaners. Individually wrapped, these disposable foam wands wipe away the grime and leave your teeth feeling fresh.
7. Mistify Hand Sanitizer
*This alcohol-based sanitizing spray battles germs… and moisturizes your hands! It dries on contact and doesn’t leave a residue. The snazzy bottle also meets the TSA’s 3-ounce rule on bottles.
*A homeopathic remedy, No-Jet-Lag’s natural active ingredients (arnica, daily, chamomile, ipecac and clubmoss) supposedly fight the effects of long travel. Each pack has enough tablets for an around-the-world journey or 50 hours of flying.
9. Shemergency Survival Kit
*A lot can go wrong on a trip, but this kit is at the ready. It contains almost everything you’ll need, including: a hair brush with mirror, hair spray, earring backs, clear nail polish, mending kit, lint remover, safety pin, double-sided tape and more.
10. Wrist Angel Aromatherapy Sickness Band
*Even the steadiest stomach can get upset on a trip. Each package contains a bracelet and four packets with essential oils of ginger, orange and peppermint – scents many believe relieve travel sickness. Simply pick a scent, put on the bracelet and breathe deeply.
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