Long Distances Traveling Are Dangerous To A Life – Part 1 of 3
Long Distances Traveling Are Dangerous To A Life. Traveling great distances by plane, car or train over the holidays can pose health risks if you don’t clear steps to protect yourself, an expert warns. “One health risk to consider when traveling is simply sitting for too long,” Dr Clayton Cowl, an expert in transportation panacea at Mayo Clinic, said in a clinic news release. “Concerns like blood clots in the legs from sitting too long, becoming dehydrated from lack of fluid intake or drinking too much alcohol, and not walking much when delayed in an airport or guide station can be serious.
Driving for hours to reach a destination after a long day at work can be as equally worrisome due to fatigue and eyestrain”. When traveling by car, devise to stop every few hours to get out and stretch your legs in order to prevent blood clots from forming, he advised. Letting your children out to run and play in a safe setting will also help them burn energy and may cause them more relaxed when they get back into the car.