I used to love flying on a plane as a child, but as I got older I realized how terrible I felt after each flight. I would always leave the plane with chapped lips, dry sinuses, and for some reason be more susceptible to catching a cold within the next few days. Here are a two things that you can do to help feel better the next time that you travel by air.
About the Author
Ryan Lockard, CSCS, CFNS, is the head trainer and founder of Specialty Athletic Training. He is President of the Autism Society of Oregon's Board of Directors and is accredited by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, as well as by the International Sports Science Association (ISSA) as a Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist. Ryan has worked with individuals with special needs since 2007 and has over 10,000 hours of 1:1 instruction working with individuals that have various special needs.