Travel must be synonymous with rest, both for the body and for the mind. You need more than watching TV to achieve it, so a happy holiday can be more than expense and become investment in our health.
The happy holidays represent a time without rules, which frees people from the stress and pressures they face daily and they forget the traffic, the pollution and the duties that they have to fulfill day by day.
However, it is important to avoid overeating, as these may be counterproductive. It is important to find a way to balance both fun and exercise. Walking on the beach, swimming, snorkeling, running and dancing can help maintain the figure as well as care for the body.
To enjoy the happy holidays, it is necessary to take into account the following tips, because there are some external factors that could alter our health such as location, climate, latitude, rain, diet, flora and fauna.
Drink only potable or bottled water, and do not consume seafood or raw red meat. Make sure the raw vegetables are well disinfected and avoid eating outdoors and look for hygienic places to eat. To ensure you eat well, the best way is to opt for self catering holidays.
Use sunscreen, lenses and caps and cover children in light clothing and do not expose them directly to the sun. Drink plenty of fluids to avoid dehydration and avoid excessive physical exercise.
Wear warm clothes to avoid injuries due to cold and do not stay long in the open and avoid the too crowded places. Have a plenty of fluids, preferably hot.
Travel by Car
You do not drive tired, nor unveiled. Alternate the driving hours with a companion and respect the warning signs. Check the condition of the car before leaving and avoid traveling at night.
Avoid consuming alcoholic beverages, consuming liquids in abundance, chewing gum or swallowing saliva during the ascent and descent to avoid discomfort in the ears. Walk in the aisle of the plane or stretch your legs every 45 minutes or an hour and wear loose and comfortable clothes.
Also, remember to be informed about the most frequent diseases and the risks that exist in the area that you are planning to visit.
After a holiday, people are more creative and productive, that is, they yield 100% of their physical and intellectual capacity. When an individual does not rest properly, he or she tends to become sick more frequently and stress can result from a cold to heart attack.
Do not forget that the holidays are to rest, relax and recover the mood, so you should enjoy it to the fullest mainly without any setback.