$5.00 OFF to New Customers : Use SAVEME5 Customer Service: +15867316101   |   Support
United Kingdom
0
 Shopping Cart
Items in your shopping cart Quantity Price
Subtotal: £0.00
£0.00

Your Essential Travel Kit for Health and Wellness


By , Managing Editor
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Best Travel Products
1.The Honest Company Hand Sanitizer Spray
$3.66
(1)
2.Burt's Bees Natural Throat Drops
$2.29
(2)
3.The Honest Company Hand Sanitizer Gel
$2.74
(2)
4.Bug Band Insect Repellent Band
$3.99
(1)

Traveling brings with it plenty of headaches from the extra fees to long lines. But what can really ruin a trip is not feeling your best upon arrival -- looking like a time-warped zombie doesn't usually help either.

There are some key products to help wake you up, freshen you up and help you fake it 'til you make it. Pack these 10 items in your carryon for more comfortable travel:

1. Motion Sickness Prevention -- If you suffer from motion sickness, having a supplement on hand for quick relief is a must for traveling by plane, car or boat. Available in tablets, chewables and gum, these products can help prevent symptoms like nausea from occurring or stop them before you run for the bathroom or reach for the barf bag. A key ingredient to look for is ginger, which is especially helpful in calming nausea, as well as vitamin B6.

2. Sleep Aid -- Whether it's changing time zones or a screaming baby, traveling takes a toll on your sleep schedule. You can feel out of whack for days which can make you prone to sickness. Taking a sleep aid like valerian root or melatonin during a long trip or after returning can help get your sleep cycle back on track without the unpleasant side effects of prescription sleeping pills.

3. Digestive Support -- Traveling can do a number on your stomach, especially if you're constantly eating at restaurants and fast food stops. A probiotic can help correct any imbalances and improve symptoms of indigestion. You can also take along an herbal supplement like triphala or caraway seed to provide relief. Antacids are always a good idea, too.

4. Immunity Booster -- Get your immune system armed to fight off the onslaught of germs you'll encounter as well as the changes in schedule and eating habits which can throw your immune system for a loop. Something as simple as a vitamin C chewable or drink mix or echinacea can do wonders to prevent illness.

5. Hand Sanitizer -- Transportation hubs like airports and train stations as well as taxis and buses are full of germs from the hundreds, even thousands of travelers they accommodate on a daily basis. A portable hand sanitizer, be it a gel, lotion or wipes, lends your immune system a hand to keep you from picking up an extra souvenir on your trip.

6. Water Bottle -- Know exactly where your drink is coming from by bringing your own water bottle to fill up. You can control the number of hands on your beverage and bottles with built-in filters can help improve the taste and quality.

7. Eye Drops -- Help relieve irritated eyes from the dry air of a plane or from sleep with a few drops in each eye. Drops with ingredients like belladonna and euphrasia (also known as eyebright) help reduce redness and stop irritation so you see comfortably and clearly.

8. Eye Cream -- If you're traveling for business or an important event that starts soon after you arrive, this skin care item is a must have -- something for even the guys to consider. No matter if you slept like a baby on the way, your eyes still get puffy with dark circles that make you look less than prepared upon your arrival. Ingredients like vitamin C, goji berry and caffeine help you look more awake, even if you don't feel that way.

9. Toothpaste and Toothbrush -- Help remove the smell of that cafeteria food or the morning breath from an overnight trip by giving your mouth a refresher. The person next to you and the one you're meeting will thank you.

10. Gum -- Prevent annoying ear plugging and popping with some chewing gum. Kill two birds with one stone by getting a ginger gum, which also combats motion sickness.

All of these travel necessities are available at eVitamins. Bring this kit along on the plane, train, bus or in the car for more carefree travel.


Products you may like:

Solaray Ginger Trips Chewable Ginger Molasses Solaray Ginger Trips Chewable Ginger Molasses
Why you may like this product? Pop one of these chewable wafers in your mouth when you feel symptoms of motion sickness coming on for fast relief. This product from Solaray contains ginger and vitamin B6 to help calm an upset stomach.
Santevia Energy Flask Black Santevia Energy Flask Black
Why you may like this product? Get the benefits of alkaline water with this amazing water bottle from Santevia. Made of stainless steel, this bottle helps to put the minerals back in your water for delicious, filtered water.
Share:
Related Articles
Stay Healthy on the Go - Tips for Traveling Healthy
These tips will help you keep your immune system strong and healthy while you travel for business or pleasure. Whether you are going a long distance or enjoying a short stay, you want to keep your health up for the best enjoyment possible!
The Swimming Pool Workout Perfect for Vacation
When you stay at a hotel, it may seem easy to skip your workout in favor of lounging by the pool. But with this workout, you can tackle both at the same time.
Ways to Recover from Food Poisoning
When you are traveling, food poisoning can really throw a wrench in your plans. Learn how to recover quickly in this post.
How to Beat Jet Lag this Holiday Season
Jet-setting to different time zones and disrupting your schedule can leave you feeling exhausted and sick during the holidays. Follow these tips to feel your best during your travels.
Coupons & promos
Sign Up
eVitamins United Kingdom, Copyright 1999-2016. All Rights Reserved.

Statements made about specific vitamins, supplements, procedures or other items sold on or through this website have not been evaluated by eVitamins or by the United States Food and Drug Administration. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. The information provided on this site is for informational purposes only. As always, please consult with a licensed doctor or physician before starting any diet, exercise or supplement program, before taking any vitamin or medication, or if you have or suspect you might have a problem.

Privacy Policy | Terms and Conditions