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Tips For Staying Comfortable In A Long Flight Trip

24 March 2010 965 views No Comment

Visiting a destination by plane during the holidays is the fastest and most comfortable way. But when a trip on a plane lasts for 3 hours or more, then you need to notice some tips below to keep the journey pleasant.

  • Note the type of clothing
    Choose clothes that make it easy to move and absorbing sweat. T-shirts are recommended. Put the shirt on the tote bag. If you should change with shirt at the destination, you can easily change in the bathroom.
  • Relax your feet and hands
    Your feet should be relaxed and free to move. Loosen the ropes or take the shoes off but keep your socks to keep your feet warm. You can also do small exercises in the seat. Like shaking your head or make a folding arm movements and stretching.
  • Refresh your body
    Try to eat before boarding because it will refresh the body. For the skin, you can wipe it with a warm towel or wear body lotion.
  • Walk
    You can also walk along the plane’s aisle, as long as the plane is on stable state and the use-of-seat-belt sign is turned off. You can also stand beside the seat and do small exercises. In order not to disturb the comfort of other passengers, you should first ask their permission.
  • Massage Oil
    Bring massage oil and apply the oil to the back of your neck when you feel uncomfort. Look for oil with soft scented and ask permission to other passengers about before using it.

That’s all for now, you can add your own tips at comments.

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