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As the old adage goes, prevention is better than cure. Whatever reason your international travel is, it is best to avoid exposure to any health and safety hazards by reducing or eliminating the risk factors than it is to deal with it after it has happened.
It’s always wise to bring a medical kit with you when you travel, especially if your vacation will be a long one. Traveling causes you to be much more physically active than usual, resulting in unaccustomed aches and pains and sometimes even injuries. Like getting a sunburn for example, it’s even worse if you don’t have medicines to lessen it’s symptoms.
I didn’t believe in “jet lag” and thought it was just some first-world problem until it happened to me last 2019 during my trip to Europe. First day in Portugal, I was sleepy the entire day, I had a a heavy, aching head and I had this “unsettled feeling” that I couldn’t shake off. It didn’t help that I woke up a few times during my sleep at night and the next day I felt crappy. Overall, it was an awful experience.
Life should carry on as normal despite the continued coronavirus outbreak, and at some point, we’ll have to go out from the safety of our own homes specially, those who need to go on business trips but we should observe precautions in doing so. Here are some things to consider before you head out on your next trip.