When you are on the move, avoid these common but often overlooked habits that may cause you discomfort.
Of course, your comfort should be a priority during a trip, be it long or short. Always keep things simple and minimal because at the end of the day you owe your pleasure and comfort to yourself.
Travel should be less tedious and more memorable, and you only have to start by telling yourself the truth of the sort of trip you imagine with certain outfits you decide to go with.
When you look up in the clouds, you could predict a downpour or a hot autumn, then you can choose to go with whichever outfit you are convenient with.
That being said, here is what you must avoid in order to have a less tedious and memorable trip anywhere.
5 Causes of Discomfort You Should Always Avoid During Your Trips
1. Tight clothes
When you wear tight fitting clothes like suits, lace or thick jackets on a long journey, especially in the summer, you will feel very uneasy along the way as it is almost impossible to collect air with such outfits.
2. Empty stomach
No one goes on a trip on an empty stomach and expects to feel relaxed and peaceful. A piece of cheese and a little coffee will go a long way, so you would not feel like throwing up at any moment the plane jerks.
3. Waist belt
This is one hell of a pain and discomfort during a trip. Leaving your waist belt drawn tight before climbing unto the passenger’s seat is another deliberate recipe for discomfort.
Always endeavor to loosen your belt a bit to avoid itching and sweating below the abdomen.
4. Over feeding
Leaving your destination on an empty stomach is no justice, but eating too much or so much junk could be rather discomforting along the way.
You could get a running stomach and subject yourself to using the loo severally before you arrive at your destination.
Always make sure to moderate the way you eat before picking your back pack to dive unto a train.
5. Undersized shoes
Shoes should be carefully picked when you intend to travel a distant. Remember that undersized shoes could make your feet swell and develop sores and/or a burning sensation at the soles.
You could pick out flip flops or wear shoes your real size with allowance for comfort as no body cares about what your feet are holding in a jerky moving vehicle.
And there, you have a stress free journey… Bon voyage!