With the holiday season approaching, many of us are booking flights to visit family, friends, or simply to go on a vacation. Though flying often is a convenient and quick way to get from one place to another (if you don’t get hit with delays or airport lines), it can also come with some unpleasant side effects.
For those traveling longer distances and passing through different time zones, jet lag can be hard to avoid. But another common side effect of air travel, “jet bloat,” might actually be quite easily prevented.
“Jet bloat” is not a made-up term, but an actual condition that’s surprisingly common among passengers on an airplane. According to a report on PRweb, the term “jet bloat” refers to “the body’s increased volume of gas that occurs from airline travel,” and the higher the altitude, the more the gas expands in our bodies. Luckily, there are a…
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