The last thing you would ever want while traveling is a really bad headache. Also called “aviation headache,” this is caused by the change in altitudes as the airplane ascends or descends. It’s bad enough that you had to go through a “headache” dealing with long security lines, or connection delays at the airport so to have a real headache is never welcome.
Aviation headache happens because of the inflammation of the paranasal sinusitis cavities that. This is caused by the difference in air pressure in and out of the body. To avoid or at least lessen the severity of this type of headache, do the following:
1. Take ibuprofen prior to your flight
If you happen to be prone to aviation headaches, take a tablet of ibuprofen one to two hours before your flight. If you’re just feeling that a headache might be coming while already on board the aircraft, waste no time in taking a tablet.
2. Skip food that will trigger the headache
Yes, there are specific food that can trigger the pain pathways. Some of the food to skip within a 12-24 hour window from your flight are the following: cheese, red wine, chocolate, and processed meat. These contain the chemical compound tyramine that signals the pain pathways for those who are predisposed to having migraines or headaches.
3. Avoid sugary drinks and dark alcohol
This is actually a no-brainer. Instead of opting for drinks such as coffee, red wine, or anything else alcoholic, drink lots of water to prevent getting dehydrated. We cannot stress how important it is to keep drinking water to remain hydrated especially for long haul flights.
4. Ward off the motion sickness
If you are sensitive to motion sickness, always pack your medication so you don’t have to suffer from a migraine, too. Not only do you get to save yourself from the discomfort, you also protect your seatmate from your stomach queasiness.
5. Pack your comfortable sleep gear
This is most important if you’re flying long haul. The lack of sleep can automatically trigger bad migraines which you wouldn’t want to experience.
Avoid the discomfort a migraine brings when you travel. The last thing you’d want is being unable to enjoy your vacation because you’re not feeling well.
Guy Shows Us How to Survive If We Get Stranded on a Deserted Island
Movies such as The Martian, Cast Away, and The Grey are just three of the best survival films since 2000. They represent what we human beings are capable of doing once we’re pushed to our limits. With very limited or no resources on hand, the characters were able to find a way to survive the most hostile environment.
Most of us wonder how we’d survive if we were in their shoes. I mean, can an ordinary person think of half of the things those protagonists thought of to make it through? Of course, it was just the movies, but some films were based on real events, right?
Fortunately, there are people like Tom McElroy whose passion and career involves teaching real survival skills.
41 Seriously Genius Camping Hacks You Can Use This Summer
Your camping trip will never be the same again.
Camping is a fun way to take a breather from the city and relax. However, we have to admit that camping is not meant to be easy. The convenience of home is nowhere to be found and no matter how much we try to make it perfect, there always seems to be a problem.
The key is to know some clever camping hacks to make life easy in the woods. We compiled some for you and we hope this will help you have an enriching and hassle-free trip this summer. Enjoy!
#1. Use acorn cap to call for help when lost in the woods.
You’ve Been Washing Your Hands The Wrong Way Your Entire Life, Experts Say
Doing it correctly will require 4 hours of your time per year, though…
All medical experts will tell you that hand washing is very important in eliminating germs and helping prevent the spread of infections. Besides, people frequently touch their eyes, mouth, and nose without even noticing it and so unwashed hands can lead to sickness. Among diseases you may acquire because of dirty hands include colds, diarrhea, as well as eye and skin infections.
So yes, soap and water are your friend.
However, a new research revealed that washing alone isn’t enough – you should also do it the right way. And you know what? The chances are you’ve been washing your hands wrong your whole life.
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