The holiday season has started and most tourists already know where they will relax this summer. Depending on the destination, they need to take some essential safety measures.
Do not walk barefoot through the airport security area If you take your foot out before you are asked to do so in an attempt to speed up your passage through the airport security filter, you may be in danger of waking up with a fungal infection. It is recommended to wear disposable socks and put your shoes back as soon as you are allowed to do so.
Do not bathe in the hotel tub
A bath with foam, a glass of wine and a good book could be a nice way to relax after the long journey of your first holiday. But the pampering in the bath of a hotel bath could mean soaking in a mix of bacteria and cleaning chemicals.
Take care of what you eat
Nutritionists recommend avoiding raw fruits and vegetables, poultry meat, seafood and eggs, unpasteurized milk and dairy products, and food sold by street vendors. Keep the ventilation open above the seat When it comes to avoiding airborne pathogens, that little fan above your seat can become a friend of yours. Yeah, the flight can get in touch with the germs and viruses in the recycled air. If you open the ventilation above the seat, you will breathe fresh air without exposing you to the risks. Look at the risks you are exposed to Unnecessary worry and excessive safety measures can hurt a vacation, but worse can be the lack of caution. Ask about the safety level of the area where you travel and whether you are under certain risk.