You probably have an extensive packing list for your upcoming summer vacation, but one thing you don’t want to bring along is stomach trouble. Between the constant dining out, the disruptions to your routine and the stress that goes along with planning a vacation, it’s no surprise that gut woes are a common complaint.
However, even the most sensitive stomach owners can take steps to prevent tummy trouble and enjoy their time away. Here are some tips to prevent the most common stomach ailments while traveling.
Since going on vacation typically involves, well, going somewhere, motion sickness is a common concern. Whether you’re in a car, on a plane or aboard a cruise ship, nausea can rear its ugly head and make your trip much less pleasant.
It’s hard to avoid it completely, but there are some steps you can take to minimize motion sickness and make yourself feel better faster.
Known as “travelers’ diarrhea,” this version of the upset stomach is common for international travelers, especially in Mexico and South America. While most cases of travelers’ diarrhea are caused by drinking unsafe water, some travelers experience diarrhea simply because they’re trying new foods or experiencing stress. Here’s how you can prevent travelers’ diarrhea.
The stress of travel and being in a new place can sometimes put your digestive system on strike. To lessen your discomfort and get things moving, follow these tips.
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