5 Tips to Get Through a Long Flight with Your Sanity Intact

Introduction: Top 5 Ways to Make the Longest Flights More Bearable

Air travel is a necessity for many, but long flights can be really uncomfortable. Here are five tips to make your flight more bearable:

1. Bring snacks and entertainment – Pack a few of your favorite snacks and bring some entertainment options that you know are safe for air travel, such as books or movies on a tablet.

2. Drink lots of water – Staying hydrated is important for long flights, so drink lots of water before you fly and during the flight.

3. Stretch every hour – Take a break from sitting in one position by stretching every hour or so to keep your muscles loose and help prevent deep vein thrombosis (DVT).

4. Adjust the air pressure in your ears – If you’re not wearing earplugs while flying,

1. Stay Hydrated – It sounds so simple, but it’s actually really important.

It’s a long flight and you’re thirsty. You have a drink but it doesn’t seem to quench your thirst. You start thinking about the last time you drank water and how long ago that was.

It’s important for your health to stay hydrated during a flight, so here are some tips on how to do that:

– Bring your own water bottle with you on the plane (or buy one at the airport) and fill it up before boarding

– Drink lots of water before you get on the plane

– Drink lots of fluids when you land

2. Elevate Yourself – If you’re seated in an aisle seat or at the front of the plane, feel free to get up every once in awhile and stretch those calves by

We all know that sitting for a long time is not good for our health. But sometimes it’s not possible to get up from the seat. In this case, we should just move around every once in a while.

Getting up from the seat every once in a while is a good way to stretch and move our muscles. It also helps us to stay awake and alert. And it can help us avoid getting deep vein thrombosis or blood clots in the legs.