Traveling may be taxing on the body. Here are some suggestions for overcoming jet lag and travel stress so you can make the most of your vacation!
Many people are beginning to travel now, whether for a vacation, to visit relatives, or to Bhutan for some “I” time! However, travel can be taxing on the body. Here is some advice on overcoming jetlag and travel stress so you can make the most of your vacation!
In today’s world, high-speed travel is unavoidable. The subtle energy form and the field around the energy in the form of aura fray when the human body is forced to travel at a speed above its natural limitations. This fraying can leave you exhausted by the conclusion of your travel, which could detract from the objective of your trip, especially if you are only staying for a short time.
There are a few simple things you can do before, during, and after your trip to reduce the stress and difficulty your energy systems experience due to travel and jet lag.
1. When traveling, sit up straight.
Skeletal comfort, muscle comfort, and organ comfort are all things to consider. Your muscles are relaxed when you recline, yet your skeletal system and organs are stressed since the body’s organs are not clamped. They’re dangling from connective tissue. Their capacity to function decreases drastically when they recline.
We keep our bodies upright not because we don’t like comfort; rather, we understand and experience comfort in a different way. With your spine erect, you can teach your muscles to be comfortable, but you can’t train your organs to be comfortable while slouching. It is impossible to accomplish. As a result, we choose to train the body so that our skeletal and muscular systems are at ease sitting in this position.
2. Eat Right Before Leaving.
The human body is a mixture of the foods we eat. As a result, being aware of what you consume can help you relax while traveling. Before, during, and at least 24 hours after the voyage, consume high-water-content foods such as fruits and fresh vegetables, as well as plenty of pure water. Avoid intoxicants and stimulants, as well as foods that stay in the stomach for more than three hours, such as red meat, complicated carbohydrate-fat mixes, and deep-fried dishes.
3. Make Use of Solar Energy!
Jetlag, or misunderstanding in the physical and energy systems regarding the time zone you have traveled, is the most stressful aspect of foreign travel. This misalignment in your biological clock can be corrected by exposing your spine to sunshine for at least 20 minutes two or three times a day, either directly or through thin clothing. This, stretching walks, and light exercise can help reduce jet lag.
4. Breathing Yoga.
A simple yoga method that involves organizing your energy into a cocoon of health utilizing your breath. This will assist in restoring balance to your energy system and organizing your physical body so that you can travel with minimal stress.
The practice could last for any amount of time before, during, and after the travel. If the time difference between you and your destination is more than 6 to 8 hours, you should practice for at least 3 days after you arrive. This allows you to benefit from a more structured energy system, which affects your physical and emotional well-being.