The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) has shared a few tips to help frequent fliers stay in the shape, feel better and reduce stress.
Stay Healthy Before Departure: Prepare for your trip by getting as much sleep as possible, drinking more water than caffeine and eating extra-healthy foods in the days leading up to departure – and onboard. This can help significantly reduce jetlag.
Pack Light: Experts recommend having a few “go-to” wardrobe ensembles at the ready – perhaps just five outfits with “mix-and-match essentials” and only one or two pairs of shoes. This keeps carry-on luggage light and makes it easy to choose what to wear each day.
Stick With Your Routine: Travel may interrupt healthy at-home routines, like proper diet and exercise. Even getting the necessary amount of sleep can become a luxury on the road. The goal: to find small but essential ways to bring sanity back into your day and to maintain your lifestyle on location. Try visiting local grocery stores to pick up healthy snacks and choose hotels that have gyms.