Travel Like A Pro
Even the most unaware know that airplanes can be a good place to pick up germs. There are just so many people, in a confined area with an array of perfect hiding places for germs in and all around the seats. As you board the plane, you will often smell the sent of sanitizer from a diligent Mom wanting to kill all the germs for her baby. When you smell that distinct cleaning smell, it may be a long flight with a crying baby in ears reach. Hope she feeds the baby during take off and landing…A Mom tip, when the baby swallows it helps them to decompress their ears.
Anyhow, not to get sidetracked, let’s get back to the topic at hand. Traveling can take its toll on the body. The stress of getting there on time, security, making sure the flights are on time and keeping track of all your belongings (kids included) is a lot. These 7 tips are proven from the pros. Need I mention whom?
- John Mallinger, PGA
- John Cook, PGA Champions Tour
- Jordy Smith, WSL, O’neill Team Rider (Pro Surfer)
- Sophia Booth, Women’s Professional Tennis
- Dustin Penner, NHL (former)
Those are just a few to give you a cross section of the traveling pros. Golfers can have about 25 separate events a year. NHL has about 82 games in season plus post season and they can’t play them all at home. You get the picture…they are not only pro players, but pro travelers. This is why…
Wear Intelliskin Compression garments
All the above mentioned are or were clients of mine and Dr. Tim Brown, the brilliant doctor who invented intelligent compression wear to actively trigger proper poster, even when seated. Intelliskin sells the original and the crowd favorite posture shirt. Why else other than for posture should I wear this when traveling? Wearing compression holds in your energy field to combat the fatigue of traveling. The added benefit of Intelliskin technology allows you to comfortably maintain proper posture actively, just by wearing their clothes. It also allows you to stand up taller than ever, as though you had not been traveling for hours. Can you say best traveling tip ever?
Spray Colloidal Silver over seat and area to clean and sanitize.
We support and love the natural movement and with our purchase power. This is an ideal opportunity to make a wiser purchase for our own health. Not only is colloidal silver amazing for the immune system, but also can be used as a natural cleanser when spritzed over the airplane seats. The sanitizer sent is mostly all
chemicals. Straight in from Wikipedia… “The silver ion (Ag+) is bioactive and in sufficient concentration readily kills bacteria in vitro.  Silver and silver nanoparticles are used as an antimicrobial in a variety of industrial, healthcare and domestic applications.  ”
Yes this is a natural alternative medicine that is regaining its popularity again and it works. You can do a sublingual spritz and receive the silver benefits internally of boosting your immune system or spray your area. Check it out yourself.
Stand Up Every 30 Minutes
Your body is a river not a pond. It needs to flow like a river and be active.
“Running water never goes stale, so you just have to keep on flowing.” Bruce Lee. The optimal way to keep circulation flowing is through movement. Standing up often, at least every 30 minutes, will get the body working the way it wants to and keep it from getting too stagnant. The human body needs movement and
gravity with the magnetic pull of the north and south poles to maintain health. Don’t be shy, go say hello to the flight attendant. If you talk to them, they may let you stand up a bit longer than they normally allow you to stand.
Do Not Take Sleeping Pills
Ambient is the most popular pharmaceutical sleeping aid that is not supposed to give you a hang over. Any time you ingest a chemical (pharmaceutical) it has more than just one effect on the body. Avoid putting anything foreign into your system, as it is simply one more thing your body needs to resolve. Well, you ask how in the world will I sleep with the screaming baby or that I am not even tired? The next two tips will get you where you want to be amongst the chaos. Keeping a clean intake will be a major factor on sustained energy and avoiding sever jet lag.
Hydrate before flight and don’t eat airplane food
Speaking of intake, hydrate up with mountain spring water before you fly. Dehydration is a major part of fatigue. Resist the temptation to eat airplane food. When you are following the AxiaBliss Intake of burning fat as a primary fuel source, you should have sustained energy to get you through a flight. If not, plan ahead and pack healthy snacks to take with you. A few of our favorite snacks are nuts, seeds, seaweed, apples, carrots or protein bars.
Bring Ear plugs, Eye masks / Sun Glasses and Hat
Have your heard of Hearo’s? They are the best earplugs you could ever have to block out sound. They are so comfortable in your ear and work so well. You can find them at most major stores. My wife will bust out a cool eye mask, but I prefer my Kaenon shades. They are so light, I don’t even realize I am wearing them. The dimming of the lights with the shades or full block out is key. I also wear a baseball hat to block extra light and avoid eye contact with everyone else when I am resting.
Listen to Howard Wills Body Fantastic or Ocean Waves
If you want to chill naturally and instantly, download these sounds. Howard Wills is an amazing healer and has developed sounds that relax the body and put it vibrating at a higher frequency. This is so next level and will complement with your Headspace meditation. So just Chill and enjoy your flight!