7 Wellness Tips

7 Travel Hacks and Wellness Tips from Our Travel Experts

Traveling, even if you are on your way to your wellness destination, has the potential to be taxing. After packing your suitcase and making sure that the cat will be fed, and the plants watered during your absence, you might still feel stressed thinking about your long cab or train ride to the airport or the flight itself. To help you relax and start your next trip right, our agents are happy to share with you some wellness tips and travel hacks that can make a big difference for your entire vacation.

  1. “I take Amazing Grass travel packets whenever I travel. It’s a well-rounded whole foods supplements which keeps the immune system strong, the gastrointestinal system on track, and when taken in the morning helps to keep a good energy level all day. I swear by it.” – Sammy Rabin (Tzell Travel Group, New Jersey)
  2. Wear loose-fitting clothing and comfortable shoes for your next flight. You don’t have to choose sweatpants but can dress comfortably and still look chick and fashionable.
  3. Stay hydrated, inside and out. Drink plenty of water and avoid alcoholic beverages. While this is an important tip to keep in mind for your daily life, it is especially important when you travel. Take with you an empty steel water bottle that you can fill after passing security. Pack a good moisturizer and lip balm to fight the dry air on the plane.
  4. Do about 20-minute yoga practice or meditation before, during, and after a trip to make yourself feel Zen and relaxed even on the most taxing flight.
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  1. Bring earplugs or noise cancelling headphones on every trip. This way you can get some quiet time, even when the youngest travelers among ourselves can’t find peace, are unhappy, and cause a bit of noise.
  2. Before your trip, make sure you get plenty of sleep. Try some deep breathing to help relax your mind. Even during your trip, you can use breathing techniques to distance yourself from a hectic or stressful situation.
  3. “Health and overall well-being is the most important thing in life. It is essential that you take care of yourself. That’s why wellness travel is so important. So, I always use the opportunity to introduce wellness into my corporate clients’ lives, so they can be healthy and live a better life, because business travel is a very stressful way of living.” – Tom Schmidt (Tzell Travel Group, New York)