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.
Traveling is both a great joy and a significant stressor. When travelling for business, your mind is on your work. When travelling for pleasure, you have the chance to get out and explore a new or well-loved part of the world, your mind is going to focus on your itinerary, tour destinations, and next meal. And that’s how traveling should be! Still, there are a lot of essential things you need to keep track of while you are traveling, and taking care of yourself should always be a priority. One of the most important things to keep track of is your medicine. To make it easy, we always recommend using a travel pill case.
Carrying around pills in the blister packs that they come in can be a nightmare. The pills pop out really easily, and you end up with them all at the bottom of your bag or pocket. The orange containers medications come in aren’t ideal either as they’re so easily identifiable. Pill organizers can help, but if you’re a fan of the outdoors you’re going to be exposed to the elements, so you need one that’s waterproof. That’s where this roundup can help.
Have you taken your pills today? If you take a myriad of medications and supplements, then we know that sometimes it can be hard to remember to keep track of them. Perhaps you just need a handy, portable storage system for your pills. A pill organizer can help solve these problems. In this article, we review the Weekly Waterproof Pill Organizer from Zannaki, to see if this popular model could be the right pill box for your needs.
Australians, we feel your pain. Although many Amazon US products have Australian listings, the products are often out of stock, or they have a price premium that is far too high. We know you’re looking for pill boxes, so we’ve hunted down the best pill organisers that are available in your market.
In the face of microbial resistance and newly emerging infectious diseases, health authorities have declared travel health an important issue. Millions of people travel daily as tourism has becomes increasingly important for economic growth, development, jobs, cultural preservation, environmental protection, and recreation. While the ever-growing tour and travel industry may not shrink anytime soon, we as individuals can minimize the travel health risks. A proactive approach can minimize the risk of acquiring diseases. Read on to learn about why we get sick, what are the travel health risks, and what steps you can take to stay healthy during your next trip.
Looking for healthy gift ideas? Most people probably wouldn’t think of pill organizers as being particularly stylish or exciting, which is a shame, because today there are amazing designs catering to different tastes; everything from compact and waterproof pill organizers for the adventure junkie, to elegant and stylish pill organizers that look - dare we say it - fashionable. Research has shown that pill organizers can help improve adherence for medication and supplements, so if you’re looking to give the gift of health, we can help you with our shortlist of some of the most exciting and stylish pill organizers on the market today.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a backpacker or a business traveller - if you cross multiple timezones, jetlag is going to hit you. There are things you can do to try and minimise the effects of jetlag, such as getting enough sleep and exercise before your trip, and altering your sleep schedule ahead of time, but this is easier said than done, especially when most of us are extra busy before a trip! Fortunately, there is a widely available supplement that you can take to help overcome the effects of jetlag: melatonin. In this article we explain how to use melatonin to tackle jet lag.
Research has shown that most people don’t stick to their medication or supplements routine when travelling for work or on vacation. This is unfortunate because staying healthy and well is extra important when you travel. A pill organizer for travel can help. Our roundup will help you find the best pill organizer for your travel needs.