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How to Cope With Allergies and Business Travel at the Same Time

Posted on: May 14th, 2014 by royalcoachmanww No Comments
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How to Cope With Allergies and Business Travel at the Same Time

For those that suffer allergies the start of the dreaded season has just begun. For those with the unfortunate combination of having to travel with this nuisance as well, you’re likely to have an additionally miserable time. This is a serious matter; you’re not going to get much out a meeting with running eyes and constant sneezing. This post gives you a few pointers about how to stay productive during allergy season.

Keep drinking

Flying and travel causes dehydration. This will exasperate the symptoms of allergies. If you stay hydrated, with juice or water, you counteract some of the negative aspects of this. Staying hydrated is one of the easiest ways to keep colds and allergies at bay, so ensure you also have a small bottle of water with you while you’re on the road.

Keep hands clean

To get ill and or keep pollen with you you’ve got to have touched something. If you remove it by washing hands, showering and changing after travel and disinfecting as you go, the chance that it will afflict you is reduced. Anti-septic wipes are easy to travel with and will always be there for you.

Keep away from the crowds

People are the next biggest source of the sort of things that will afflict you. You can keep away from the crowds while traveling by making use of executive lounges and using a sedan service.

Keep your body rested

A weak body has a lower immune system and therefore, a higher chance of falling ill. You can try and stay healthy and well rested to keep you strong and thus reduce the chance of getting ill.

Keep something just in case

Even if you do everything that has been suggested here it’s impossible to completely remove the possibility that something will affect you. The next thing to do is coping. This means carrying a mini first aid kit with throat lozenges, anti-histamines and painkiller. It’s also not a bad idea to keep a few tissues with you.

There is one other aspect of travel that we can be of assistance with: Outstanding ground transportation – with a fleet of more than 150 vehicles, highly trained staff and a company that is rated inside the top 50 limousine companies in the U.S., Royal Coachman have all the facilities required to deliver this. We’d love to be your ground transportation partner, either in our home areas of New York and New Jersey or through our affiliates, worldwide. Call our team to find out what immaculate service is like.

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