No matter your mode of transportation, make an attempt to walk around for five to 10 minutes every two hours or so. This will help prevent deep vein thrombosis, a blood clot that can form in your leg during long periods of sitting. (On a plane, opt for an aisle seat—you’ll be more likely to stand.) “If you can’t get up, bounce your knees up and down, and then move your feet in circles,” says Fleming.
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Take home memories—not a cold or extra pounds—with these tips for staying healthy on the go.
Easy ways to stay fit and avoid getting sick on your next great escape.
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Travel Guide to Stay Healthy On the Go