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  • Writer's pictureAdam Burdick

Summer Travel Tips


Summer is here, and we all want to enjoy our vacations to the fullest!


However, traveling can be painful for some, especially if you have pre-existing conditions or have been sitting for long periods of time.



But don't worry, there are steps you can take to avoid pain and discomfort during your travels.



1. Stretch before you go. Stretching increases flexibility, improves circulation, and reduces muscle stiffness, which helps prevent pain and cramping during travel.



2. Take breaks regularly. If you're going on a road trip, make sure to take regular breaks to stretch your legs and move around. This will help prevent blood clots, reduce stiffness, and avoid pain in your back, shoulders, and neck.



3. Use proper posture. Good posture is essential to avoiding pain during travel. Make sure to sit up straight with your feet flat on the floor and your shoulders relaxed. Use a lumbar pillow to support your lower back if necessary, and adjust your seat or headrest to a comfortable position.



4. Pack light. Heavy bags can strain your muscles and cause pain in your back, shoulders, and neck. Try to pack as light as possible and use a bag with wheels or a backpack to distribute weight evenly.



By following these tips, you can have a pain-free and enjoyable vacation this summer! Don't let pain hold you back from making the most of your travels.

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