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Do you fly a lot? The tricks that will help you avoid jet lag and back pain - voila! tourism

2022-08-10T20:44:40.167Z

Multiple flights also involve the unpleasant phenomena we all know. But experts have shared some tips that will help you quickly adapt to the new destination and also prevent you from back pain



Do you fly a lot?

The tricks that will help you avoid jet lag and back pain

Multiple flights also involve the unpleasant phenomena we all know.

However, experts have shared some tips that will help you quickly adapt to your new destination and also prevent you from back pain that results from flying on a plane with uncomfortable seats

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Wednesday, August 10, 2022, 11:33 p.m

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The corona is already behind us (more or less) and the flights have long since returned to full activity.

But the long flights sometimes involve the annoying feeling of jet lag and also sometimes cause backaches.

But don't worry, the experts of AXA global healthcare shared with the British Sun some tips that will help you fight these symptoms and stay healthy during the flight.



According to them, the key to avoiding jet lag (or Yaefat in Hebrew) is to get used to the new time zone as quickly as possible.

Difficulty in adapting to the new time may affect not only your sleep, but also your gut, when it may cause stomach upset, constipation, diarrhea and bloating - these are all side effects of this, not on us.



There are several methods of acclimatization to a new environment, but your landing time is the main consideration you need to take into account.

The experts recommend sleeping on the flight and avoiding eating if you are scheduled to land in the morning at the new destination.

"If you are flying at night, try to sleep on the plane and avoid eating until breakfast time. If possible, wait until you land and eat a healthy breakfast or brunch and quickly expose to a natural light source. This will help your body recognize that it is the beginning of a new day, without A connection to the time that was when you left your previous destination."

Do you fly a lot?

You should apply these tips (photo: ShutterStock, bbernard)

In addition, experts recommend brushing your teeth when you arrive and washing your face before going to bed and then doing it again when you wake up.

It is also recommended to put on new underwear and deodorant.

All these will help your body get used to the new reality and time.



On the other hand, if you are supposed to land in the evening, the recommendation is to stay awake as much as you can before starting a good night's sleep at your new destination.

Also try to wake up at a reasonable time in the morning and not sleep too much in the new destination on the first day.

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Try to sit as comfortably as possible to avoid back pain (photo: screenshot, screenshot)

Regarding the back pain that is sometimes caused by the cramped and uncomfortable seats on the plane, especially on a normal flight and not business class - the recommendation is to keep your back in a comfortable position as much as possible and if possible use a pillow for that.



It is also recommended to put the small bag you brought onto the plane in the cabin above and not under your seat.

"Your body will appreciate the extra space for your legs and you have to take something out of the bag, the extra movement you will do is also good for you," they explained, "If you have back pain, sit upright with the support of a small pillow."



One of the things that annoys flight attendants the most is that passengers on the plane turn around during the flight and leave their seat.

But it turns out that your body is actually healthy.

It relaxes your body and maintains good blood circulation.

"Remember that moving is really important. Get up and walk a little on the plane as much as you can. If possible, also stretch a little on your seat. These movements will help you keep the blood flowing and prevent you from becoming stiff and tense."

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