a lots of water but ensure the intake is slow
and regular. Drinking too much water at one go will cause the body to expel the
water quickly too, forcing you to visit the toilet frequently also. Huhuhu… Be
Changes in air pressure or altitude
cause our ears to ‘POP’ and sometimes ache during take-off and also landing
time. For a comfortable flying experience, suck on sweets or, mimic the act of
chewing and swallowing if you do not have any sweets with you. This will
relieve the discomfort and help stabilise the pressure in the ear canals.
Pacifiers will work just as well for toddlers. If you have a cold, use a nasal
decongestant to clear your nasal passage and alleviate the ache.
Nobody likes arriving at
their destination with dark circles around their eyes!!!
Comfort kit now easy you can
find it and it will helps you stay cosy and well-rested during your flight. If
you want to buy the comfort kits don’t forget to select the kit comes with an
inflatable neck pillow, an eye mask, a woven blanket and a pouch. It’s a complete
sets you will have.
Can occur when a blood clot
forms in the large veins of the legs or arms, blocking blood circulation. In
activity during long flights may lead to the occurrence of DVT. If you are
flying long distance, ensure you perform inflight exercises such as those
listed above as a precaution against developing DVT. When possible and
permissible, stretch your legs and walk along the aisle. Be aware of symptoms
such as pain or swelling in the legs, which can happen even after you
disembark. Seek medical attention if these occur.