Along with your packing list, you might
want to remember these travel tips from IonLoop to keep you feeling
your best during and after your trip. We want you to have a fun,
productive trip! So please, enjoy these tips – and let us know if you
have any questions.
Before the Trip
- Start healthy.
Take vitamins. Get plenty of sleep. Hydrate. Wear your IonLoop negative
ion bracelet consecutively beforehand. Since airports and airplanes are a
breeding ground for bacteria, you’ll want your immune system to be at
During the Trip
- Breathe. Take deep,
slow breaths to compensate for less oxygen in the air. Sleep is a great
way to offer this to your body subconsciously.
Active. Get up and walk (or at least stand up) every hour. This will
help prevent blood clots and supply a little extra blood, oxygen and
nutrients to your muscles and organs. It will also help prevent soreness
- Wear a magnetic wristband. There’s
less available oxygen in an airplane cabin. Magnets are said to increase
blood circulation and deliver oxygen to the brain more efficiently.
- Hydrate. Drink room temperature or warm water and eat light to keep your body light.
- Avoid sugar. Sugar not only induces fatigue, it also threatens the immune system and leads to inflammation.
- Avoid alcohol. This goes hand in hand with avoiding sugar. Alcohol also dehydrates the system and can interrupt sleep cycles.
After the Trip
upside down. Get that blood out of your legs and into your heart and
brain. As soon as you get to your lodging destination, lie on the bed or
floor with your legs straight up the wall. If you’re really ambitious
and experienced, go ahead and do a headstand!
- Continue drinking water. You’ve spent the past few hours in a plane. It’s time to rehydrate.
It’s said that even the water from a shower is rich in negative ions.
So replenish yourself! Plus, you’ll want to wash the travel germs off
- Stay on schedule. Honor your sleep pattern
as much as possible. Try to stay up as late as you normally do, and if
you need to sleep in, schedule meetings later in the afternoon.