Long Distances Traveling Are Dangerous To A Life. Part 3 of 3

Long Distances Traveling Are Dangerous To A Life – Part 3 of 3

Drivers can do some of the same stretches, but should also finish and walk around. Eye fatigue is another potential problem. A short nap can help relieve symptoms such as cut or irritated eyes, dry or watery eyes, double vision or blurriness, and increased sensitivity to light. If eye irritation persists, you might consider non-medicating eyedrops, Cowl distinguished in the news release in Dec 2013.

The air in airplanes is dry, so it’s important to drink water to avoid dehydration and symptoms such as headache. Drink little or no alcohol, because it will cause dehydration. Be steady to have an emergency kit in your car. The kit should include a flashlight or other illuminated warning devices soumi s can product of hair in bengali. And for those driving in cold climates also pack a candle to melt snow for drinking water, a metal coffee can, and supplement clothing or blankets.

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