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Christopher Babayode (theJetspert)
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The Go To Person For Healthy Frequent Flier Jet Lag Solutions
The Go To Person For Healthy Frequent Flier Jet Lag Solutions

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The Heart Health Risk to Frequent Flyers
KLM pilot suffers heart attack during runway taxi at Glasgow Airport A recent news item highlighted once again, the heart health risk associated with the frequent flying lifestyle.   While cardiovascular disease is not exclusive to pilots and frequent flyer...

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How to Series - Avoiding Noise Pollution at Altitude
An often overlooked aspect of healthy flying and jet lag is noise pollution. The scale of noise pollution was made apparent to me once again when the door of a 747 aircraft I was on would not close properly. The Captain ended up cracking the offending door ...

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How To Series - Staying Hydrated for Frequent Flyers 3
It is always good to have options. Having sodium bicarbonate on hand can help flyers stay hydrated and help beat jet lag. You know the drill by now - Do This Step 1: Get your preferred non BPA water bottle. Step 2: Pick up sodium bicarbonate inexpensively a...

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How To Series - Staying Hydrated for Frequent Flyers 2
Another post with ideas on how to stay hydrated on the road. Follow the 3 steps of my previous post -  Do This Step 1:  Buy a non-BPA water bottle Step 2: Buy the PRODUCT (this time Beetroot Crystals) Step 3: Add a tablespoon of the Beetroot Crystals to a f...

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How To Series - Staying Hydrated for Frequent Flyers
Following the Inflight Health Briefing Sheet on Hydration on Hydration, the next few posts will concentrate on practical tools for flyers who want to arrive hydrated every time. Do This Step 1 : Buy a non-BPA water bottle Step 2 : Order Echo Effervescent Hy...

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Inflight Health Briefing - Hydration
You may have heard it all before - " The plane leaves me so dehydrated"  "Drink plenty of water" "My skin is so dry, I went to sleep on the plane and woke up with a dry mouth" "I went to pee and it was yellow"  These are all symptoms of various stages of de...

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Why You Should Use H.I.I.T As A Frequent Flyer
One of the great challenges of frequent flying is being high above the clouds in a metal tube with less than ideal oxygen. The technical name for  this,  is a hypobaric environment, which means there is low air pressure. In such  environments  oxygen is thi...

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In 2010 the US Drug Authority (the FDA) chose to deny a request from Cephalon Pharmaceuticals to have Nuvigil labeled as a prescriptive cure for jet lag. The practice, commonly known as an off-label prescribing, had been in consideration for approximately…

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Pass Me the Meal Tray not the Sickbag; The Truth About Food and Digestion at Altitude
Death warmed up doesn't quite describe the feeling when you've eaten something before takeoff or during the flight that doesn't quite agree with you. Save yourself the pain by understanding what is in play between food digestion and altitude.  No matter how...

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4 Essential Supplements for Travelers – An Alternative List
The 4 essential supplements for travelers article from wellwellwell.com is well intentioned, but it leaves me feeling a bit meh! Aren’t you tired of well-intended articles that scratch the surface of a subject they have no in-depth experience of, I know I a...
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