For many people jetlag is more than just an inconvenience. It can be particularly disruptive for business travellers, diplomats and sportsmen, who must be physically or mentally fit on arrival.
- Select flight schedules to minimise sleep deprivation
- Plan a stopover. Arrive at your destination in the late afternoon or early evening
- Avoid last-minute hectic activities before long flights
- Start eating and sleeping according to your destination schedule several days before the trip Continue reading Jetlag and how to reduce the inconvenience
Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) is the formation of a blood clot in a deep vein, usually in the thigh or calf. DVT becomes dangerous if the blood clot breaks loose, travels in the bloodstream and lodges in an artery of the lung. The resultant serious condition is called Pulmonary Embolism. Continue reading Going on Holiday – beware Deep Vein Thrombosis