How to Survive Long-Haul Flights

Travel Tips by: Lifestyle Traveler

Don’t forget  your meds

If you’re currently on any medications, don’t forget to bring them with you.

Don’t sleep during take-offs and landings

During these times the air pressure changes quickly and you need to stay awake to ease the feeling of pressure in your ears.

Like on-the-go disposable mini toothbrushes, and micellar water wipes.

Pack the products to freshen up throughout your flight

Combat dry air

Bring eye drops, hand cream, lip balm and moisturizer.

Wear glasses instead of lenses

Wearing contacts will dry out your eyes faster. And I hate that feeling.


If anything else fails, try to sleep. That’s where the neck pillow and noise-canceling headphones will come in handy.

Get creative

Bring a notebook and let your mind wander. Take notes or doodle.

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