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How to Avoid Travel Fatigue ?


Even the most frequent travelers in the world would no doubt agree that a long trip, whether it's a business trip or a vacation, can really sap your energy. Here are some tips to avoid fatigue for a long trip. 

  1. Organize your trip with complete transparency to avoid unpleasant surprises that a poorly planned trip can create such as a missed flight or the lack of decent accommodation. These situations cause extreme stress, which is likely to dissipate a lot of your energy. 
  2. Take it easy when possible. It can be easy to overdo it on the road which, combined with the ordinary rigors of travel can really tire you out. Leave room on the route for downtime, especially following a theft, long train journey by bus or car. 
  3. Get your regular dose of rest, if not more. One way to help ensure this request the quietest room possible when booking a hotel, away from the parking lot, elevators and noisy, high traffic areas. 
  4. Go the extra mile to eat healthy foods. It can be easy to fall into a fast food rut on the road, but while a combo drive-thru meal may satiate your appetite, it won't help your energy levels in the long run. If your other options are limited, go for a salad or lighter meal versus a greasy burger and fries. 



  1. Make sure you have the wherewithal to stay alert. A cup of coffee or an energy drink can help, and items like disposable face wipes can really help wake you up when you start to feel drowsy.
  2. Stick to your exercise routine if you can. Contrary to what some might think, exercise boosts your energy levels in the long run, as long as you don't drastically overdo it.
  3. Stimulate yourself mentally with music, a good read, or even interesting conversations. Our energy level can come from our mental and physical state, so don't overlook the importance of your brain in the overall equation.
  4. Stay positive and optimistic about your journey. Depression is closely associated with fatigue, so try to keep your chin up and your energy levels will follow. If you're lonely or homesick, calling home and chatting with a loved one can be a real "pick-me-up." »



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