• Tips for Staying Healthy While Traveling

     
    POSTED March 16, 2015
     
  • Tips for Staying Healthy While Traveling

     
    POSTED March 16, 2015
     

Traveling, whether for business or pleasure, can be a time of high stress for some. Getting sick while on vacation or a work trip is the last thing any traveler would want; a cold or a cough makes it hard to focus on your agenda. Here are a few products for keeping yourself, and your loved ones, healthy on your next trip.

Wipe down hotel room phones, clocks and remote controls with GermBloc’s Electronic Germ Protector and Cleaner. Electronic items in hotels often carry more germs and bacteria than a toilet seat, but most people do not think twice about touching them or letting kids play with them. GermBloc’s Electronic Germ Protector and Cleaner not only kills bacteria from the device’s surface, but it also lays a protective anti-microbial layer to keep other germs away. 

Taking little ones on trips is an adventure of its own. Things as simple as keeping their little feet warm can be hassle with regular socks. Sock Ons are made to fit over regular socks, keeping them in place with every kick and tug, and keeping toes away from direct contact with germy floors. Also try Plod Ons, made to keep little knees safe from rough surfaces while they crawl and explore, and Dribble Ons, bibs specially designed to keep your baby’s skin and clothes dry. 

Eating healthy while traveling is difficult especially late at night. According to research, most people make their least-healthy food choices close to bedtime, and 70 percent of people regularly snack on things like cookies, ice cream, chips and candy. Those types of snacks often cause impaired sleep and weight gain. NightFood bars are snacks without the guilt, specially made to satisfy nighttime cravings with fewer calories. The bars are travel-friendly, support better sleep for adults and children, and have less sugar than a glass of skim milk. 

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