4 things you should (and shouldn’t) do on an airplane to stay healthy, according to flight attendants
Healthy travel isn't just about the destination. It's about the journey, too. After all, no one wants to start a week-long wellness retreat in Bali feeling less than om-azing. But between the germs and arid cabin conditions, it can be a real struggle.
There are, however, a few practices you can adopt on an airplane that can help tip the odds of staying healthy on your trip further in your favor, according to flight attendants. Spoiler alert: you should be very careful in the bathroom.
Another important way to stay healthy while traveling is by kicking jet lag's butt. Here's how Well+Good Council member McKel Hill does it.