Tips to travel with serenity

Travel with Serenity

Travelling by plane is often the occasion for inconveniences such as heavy legs, jet lags… well known to all. Here are a few  tips to help you travel with serenity and avoid those inconveniences.

1- Manage the side effects of jet lag

Leaving Paris, spending fourteen hours in a plane and crossing seven time zones, landing in Shanghai and then rushing into a taxi… Whether you are on a long flight as part of a business or holidays, you probably hope not to suffer from the downsides of jet lag. The fast crossing of several time zones during a long flight is at the origin of jet lag. Waking up at three in the morning, convinced that it is already mid-day or wanting to have breakfast at 11 p.m: after a long trans-meridian journey, it is common to feel out of step.

What are the best tips to fight jet lag?

During the flight

  • As soon as you board, set the time of your watch to the time of your destination.
  • Rest as much as possible during the flight.
  • Eat light, drink plenty of water and avoid alcohol and coffee.

After landing:

  • Avoid napping during the day.
  • Immediately follow the local rhythm: meal times, bedtime and getting up…

Take Activa Well Being Serenity to avoid jet lag negative effects:

  • 1 to 2 capsules during the flight before sleeping
  • After arrival to destination, 1 to 2 capsules before bedtime for 5 days

Why Activa Well Being Serenity can help?

This product, from France, is made of natural plant extracts to help with jet lag side effects. It has been developed using the concept of Phytovitality, a patented technology based on Microgranules that protects 96% of plants actives from stomach acidity, to achieve targeted and precise release.

Active ingredients

  • Lemon balm: acts on nervousness. Supports digestion and helps with heartburn.
  • Matricaria: contributes to relaxation and support physical and mental well-being.
  • Eschoscholzia: helps you to cope with daily stress by promoting calm and relaxation.
  • Hawthorn: action on Central Nervous System against fears and anxiety.
  • Lime Tree: this antispasmodic relaxes, rests and facilitates sleep without addiction risks.
  • Melatonin: over 1 mg, it helps to reduce time to fall asleep. Restores the rhythm of the circadian cycle and calms anxiety.

2- Avoid legs swelling during long flights

Ankles swelling results from the atmospheric pressure in the aircraft and the sitting position. The longer the flight, the more blood accumulates in the feet and legs and the more complicated its return path to the upper body becomes.

During the flight

  • Stretch your legs from time to time while walking, even just to go to the bathroom.
  • Wear loose clothing not to interfere with blood circulation.
  • Eat light, drink plenty of water and avoid alcohol and coffee.
  • Compress the vessels of the feet to promote blood circulation. Simple stretching can also reduce the “heavy legs” effect.
  • For people with cardiovascular risks, put on compression socks before takeoff.

After landing:

  • Exercise to help blood flow
  • Drink plenty of water

Take Activa Well Being Circulation to avoid bad blood circulation side effects:

  • 1 to 2 capsule during the flight
  • 2 capsules 1 to 2 hours before landing.

Why Activa Well Being Circulation can help?

This product from France is made of natural plant extracts to promote blood circulation. It has been developed using the concept of Phytovitality, a patented technology based on Microgranules that protects 96% of plants actives from stomach acidity, to achieve targeted and precise release.

Active ingredients

Red vine leaf: helps relieve heaviness in the legs and supports healthy capillaries.

Blueberries: contributes to capillary resistance and helps microcirculation.

Olive leaf: Is considered to help maintain a healthy arterial pressure.

Blackcurrant: has antioxidant properties.

 

More about heavy legs here.

More about Jet lag and its impact on your body’s clock here.

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References:
https://fr.april-international.com/fr/sante-des-voyageurs/longs-voyages-et-decalage-horaire
http://madame.lefigaro.fr/bien-etre/les-effets-de-lavion-sur-notre-corps-080115-93675

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