Health

Adventure Travel Preparation

Sometimes, adventure can require an extra level of effort. How do we manage that while still making it fun?

For many of us, the ideal holiday will involve a lot of lounging around, sipping cocktails and getting massages. And there is absolutely nothing wrong with that. However, we are all about adventure travel for women. And adventure can be a little difficult to come by at the side of a pool. Just saying.

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Happy Thoughts: the Benefits of Travel for Your Mind

It’s one thing to know that traveling is fun and enjoyable; it’s another to think about the positive changes it can have on our minds, thoughts and even our mental health. Whether it’s simply breaking you out of your usual routine or helping you to expand your mind, travel can have real, lasting effects on your mood and thoughts. It might even positively affect your personality, helping you to grow and develop in new and interesting ways.

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Health and Safety Tips for Travelers

There are endless preparedness lists one could make before heading off into the wide world. However, while I am not a fan of unnecessary worrying, I do think that being aware of basic safety rules can in fact result in a more pleasant experience all round. Your rules will vary depending on your own particular needs, but below are the tips that I have found the most useful in the past.

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Good Morning, Sunshine: Beating Your Jetlag

Nothing is quite like that first day in a brand new, exciting location. Unless, of course, you spend it sleeping. Jetlag is the natural result of your body’s natural rhythms (circadian rhythms if we want to be fancy) which are set to the time zone in which you live. Traveling to a different time zone requires a good deal of adjustment. In order to get the most out of your trip, you will want to make that adjustment as quickly and easily as possible. Here are a few tips and tricks to help you along.

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Winning the Battle Against Seasickness

Seasickness can spoil even the nicest day. Nausea, dizziness, and a variety of other symptoms can strike those with even the toughest constitutions. And, sadly, unlike other forms of motion sickness, you don’t have the assurance of being able to stop and take a break. Yet people continue to take boat trips and cruises every year! So there’s got to be some way to beat it, right?

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