6. You can’t catch a cold or get an intestinal infection onboard due to the air (but there are other dangers).
The air inside the plane is used repeatedly. It goes through special HEPA filters to get cleaned. You are unlikely to get sick due to the bacteria in this processed air. The main danger inside the plane is dehydration and swelling.
You need to take enough water with you, a moisturizer or a mask, and compression socks for flights that last more than an hour and a half.
7. Vacation can negatively affect a tourist’s psyche.
After returning home from a vacation, some people end up getting post-travel depression. The symptoms include anxiety, insomnia or excessive drowsiness, increased appetite, and absent-mindedness. Psychologists say that it can take from 3-4 days to several weeks in order to return to your normal life.
The longer you were absent from home, the more difficult it is to get back to your routine. Experienced travelers recommend taking a short break between returning to your home country and going into the office; they also advise not trying to solve all the issues that come up during your absence. However, there is a piece of good news too: once you manage to overcome your post-travel depression, your brain will start to work with a new energy because it gets rid of unnecessary stuff after travels that are filled with seeing new things, experiencing new cultures, and living an altered way of life, even for a short period.