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Posted by Royal Sundaram on 07 Aug 2013
Stress level accelerated by frequent travels to overseas destinations can have subtle yet far-reaching effects on our psychological well-being. According to surveys and studies, corporate employees who travel frequently are more prone to have a stressful life. However, for employees and businessmen who can hardly avoid frequent travel, the following tips and tricks can help to manage stress:
1. For frequent travellers it makes no sense to pack the luggage every time with almost the same set of clothes. In fact, keep a bag or 2 always packed for the purpose to avoid a last minute rush. Pack all the essential items like accessories, cosmetics, formal, casual and comfortable pair of clothes and stay free from the hassles of packing for the next trips to come.
2. Take some quality time out for yourself before boarding the flight back to your home or next destination. Last minute rushes and worries about missing the flight and hasty movements always adds to the stress level. Rather, leave early if needed and roam around the airport and check out the facilities like lounges, spas, relaxation centres, bookstores etc.
3. While in a foreign nation, keep yourself motivated and explore new places, culture, cuisines, adventures and experiences. Although, it may turn monotonous after some frequent foreign visits, make up your mind to witness something new every time you travel somewhere. Make sure to shop and go around the streets, taste the local cuisines, collect artefacts and experience the local culture.
Last but not the least, eat well and have sufficient sleep to feel charged up and fresh. At times getting involved in your favourite pastimes like reading a book, listening to music, blogging, working out and maintaining a personal diary too can decrease your stress out of frequent travelling.
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