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Guest Post: Think about the last place that you visited outside of the country. Did you think about the health impact of your decision to go there? Did you check with official government agencies to see about what diseases you might be at risk for and do what you could, including getting vaccines, to steer clear or protect yourself? If you’re like many people, you probably didn’t because, well, getting ready for travel can be stressful enough. Read on to learn more about how to not get sick during or after your next trip.
Create A Checklist
You’re trying to catch up at home and work, getting things done ahead of time that you won’t be able to attend to while you’re gone. And that means you might also be run down, either before your trip or during the time away. That, too, can be a reason for getting ill. What can you do to avoid the risk of getting sick before, after, or during vacation? Click on this graphic below to learn more.
Fitlife And Travel Final Thoughts
Please do your best to stay well during these challenging times. Although certain times of the year is a special time for making memories, sharing time with family, spreading joy; it can also be conducive for spreading germs! Stay vigilant, make extra efforts to keep yourself well and safe.
Special occasions like birthdays, holidays, and seasons are the times of the year that always has me and my family putting forth extra care and caution to avoid getting colds and flu. For the most part, our efforts do work. The goal of staying well during holidays and travel can be challenging. I would love to hear more comments and ideas from you on this! Please feel free to leave comments below!
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