10 Tips to Support and Protect Your Body While Flying
If you support and protect your body while flying or traveling you’ll be in much mood and condition. If you’re like most of us, you travel on airplanes at least once a year, possibly far more frequently! Flying is stressful and your body can use additional support when you must fly.
You can beat some of the hazards of airline travel with these tips.
Reduce EMF radiation, stress, and jet lag whenever you fly. Enjoy your trip!
1 – Avoid the airport walk-through scanners
- Full-body scanners (“naked scanners”) are being used in close to 70 airports in the US. These full-body backscatter X-ray scanners use ionizing radiation, a known cumulative health hazard. Children, pregnant women, and the elderly are susceptible to the type of DNA damage caused by ionizing radiation.
- My advice – opt-out and protect your body from the possible damage from a scanner.
2 – Shield your entire body with a BioElectric Shield when you fly
- The further you get from the Earth’s surface, the less protection you have from cosmic radiation.
- Additional EMF exposure comes from cockpit computers, the jet engine, electronic sensors, electrical wiring in the cabin, static electricity from the fuselage, e-readers, iPads, and WiFi, which is now available on many planes.
- You can also use an EMF protective blanket on your lap or an EMF protection laptop pad.
3 – Wear EMF protective clothing
- You don’t have to buy special clothing. You can use a fabric rinse designed to impregnate your clothing with a layer of invisible but effective radiation shielding particles.
- Yes, when you wash these clothes, you’ll have to use the rinse again, but it’s a great way to add a layer of EMF protection during your flight.
- Turn your clothing into EMF clothing. Order the EMF Fabric Radiation Shield Rinse.
4 – Sit as far away from the front of the plane as you can
- Avoid radiation from the cockpit and the jet engines. Being on an airplane exposes you to more radiation than a chest x-ray.
5 – Avoid the seats with TV Screens in the headrest
- If you want to avoid seats that have TV screens in the headrest, see if you can sit in the back row. You may still have one in front of you, but al least you won’t have one right next to your head.
- The back row is as far away from the cockpit as you can get without being outside the plane on the wing!
6 – International Flight – Reset your Watch & Catch a Nap
- Before you fly, reset your watch to the time of your destination country.
- When it’s nighttime there, take some melatonin so you can go to sleep or at least begin to reset your biological clock. The BioElectric Shield also helps with this reset.
7 – Hydrate!
- Drink plenty of water before and during the flight.
- Your body will handle any EMFs better if it’s hydrated!
- Avoid carbonated drinks and alcohol, they dehydrate you.
8- Prepare your Immune System
- Eat probiotic-rich foods for days before you travel. Prepare your body to deal with the stress of travel and the EMF environment the plane creates.
- Good examples are sauerkraut and kefir.
- Bring your own protein-rich snacks for long flights. Skip eating on short flights.
9 – Work with Time
- Avoid last-minute stressors so you aren’t rushing to do anything before you travel.
- Be well rested before you fly – another way to counter the EMF & stress on a plane.
10 – Local Immune Boost
- Dab some lip gloss on your lips and on the inside and edge of your nostrils.
- The stickiness will grab the germs and block them from entering your airways. Once off the plane, blow your nose.
Protect yourself during air travel and all the time
By Virginia Brown, Occupational Therapist, President, BioElectric Shield Co.
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