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20 November / TravelHealth

Running is a great way to discover new places, and traveling is a great way to switch up your ordinary training schedule. Running the same routes all the time can get boring, so planning a trip that involves your running training solves that problem.

01 November / TravelHealth

Travel can be one of life’s most rewarding experiences, and business travel is no exception. However, travel can take a toll on your health, and when you’re travelling for business, taking time for self-care can be impossible. That’s why we need every edge to maintain our health on business travel. A pill organizer can help, but is there a pill organizer design that’s best suited for business travel? Spoiler alert: we think we’ve found it. Read on to learn more about the LeanTravel Pill Organizer and Passport Wallet.

17 October / FamilyHealth

Vitamin D deficiency is common among all ethnicities and age groups. An estimated 1 billion people worldwide have inadequate levels. But why is the deficiency so prevalent when our skin can easily produce vitamin D in response to sunlight? Why can’t we get enough of this sunshine vitamin? And what if we don’t get enough? This article will provide you all the essential details on vitamin D deficiency.

01 October / TravelHealth

If you’re traveling long-term, you’ll run into travel problems. Stressful moments are inevitable. Carlson Wagonlit Travel in conjunction with CWT Solutions Group conducted a traveler analysis to determine stress triggers for business travelers. In their research, they identified 33 stress factors for travelers. While not all stress factors apply to long-term travelers, there are some that definitely come to play. Lost or delayed luggage, length of the journey, jetlag, travel sickness, discomfort and anxiety on long flights are common concerns for all travelers but long-term travelers in particular since they are always on the move and have to face these stress factors on a regular basis. In the next few paragraphs, we’ll take a look at the common long-term travel problems and give you some tips on how to solve them.

15 September / TravelHealth

While traveling is one of the best experiences to have, even multiple times a year, there is one annoying thing about it (besides packing): Jet lag is a common issue for people that travel through multiple time zones. And it never really gets easier. Jet lag can be exhausting, which is why supplementing your diet with essential micronutrients may be one of the best solutions to the problem. But what are the top vitamins for jet lag and how do you figure out a proper supplement regime? Let’s take a look.