Be A Nice Guy Airline Passenger

November 20, 2014

Airline PassengerAs cool as it is we can travel coast to coast in half a day—let’s be honest: riding in an airplane sucks. Sure, it’s amazing, there’s awesome views, and it keeps families close, but you’re packed in, cramped for hours, and the cabin can start to get a little claustrophobic.

Travelling by car? It can get even worse.

Earn the goodwill of your fellow passengers by supporting your own health and comfort in a minimally obtrusive way.

First, support your immune system with colloidal silver (and bring a bottle with you in your packed luggage). Keeping yourself healthy means you’ll be better prepared to face the onslaught of germs that comes with travelling, and less likely to contribute to spreading them to others. It’s win-win!

Next, support your physical comfort! Having a pillow or two (whether it’s a specialty neck pillow or just your favorite from home), dress in layers, and be prepared for cramped muscles with Dakota Muscle Relief!

What’s great about Dakota Muscle Relief is that it has a peppermint smell that dissipates quickly, so no worries about choking the other passengers with a thick medical smell. (And honestly, at this time of year, the peppermint smell is nice for helping keep sinuses clear if they need a small boost).

And if you want to take off your shoes on the ride, make sure they’ll be good to go by spraying them before you leave with Smelly Shoe Spray.

Finally, water. You need more during winter. You need more when you travel (changing altitudes, ensuring toxins flush, and just remembering so you feel less ill). Bring an empty water bottle with you to fill up in the airport, and refill, and refill. Pack a case in the trunk of your car (it’s an essential car safety tip anyway!) and don’t stop drinking it. Hate the taste? Try a dash of bitters for a no sugar flavor. Or try coconut water, which has electrolytes to help you rehydrate faster.

What are your best travel tips?

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