I often board a plane feeling fresh-faced, excited and ready for my holiday. But it’s quite often a completely different story by the time I disembark at the other end, looking pale and feeling tired and achy. It’s amazing what can happen to our bodies at 35,000 feet; everything from muscle soreness to dehydration. And this is especially the case on long haul flights to far and away destinations.
But there are ways that you can avoid jet lag and that sluggish feeling you get following your flight. Take a look at our flying health and fitness guide in the infographic below which details what you should be doing in preparation before your flight as well as exercises to do on the plane. Follow these simple tips and you’ll arrive in your destination with a spring in your step, ready and raring to take on the holiday ahead of you.
Do you have any tips to make your flight more comfortable and long haul holidays more enjoyable? I’d love to hear them, so share them in the comments below.