You can combat fatigue during your flight with these simple stretching routines. This is the easiest way to stay refreshed, relaxed and comfortable during your flight. Exercising while you travel will help restore balance by keeping muscles relaxed and reducing soreness and stiffness.
At the airport while waiting for your flight, try not to sit. Instead, continue to walk around, or do standing bends. Don’t worry; you will probably never see these people again. Once seated on the plane try to take deep breaths that will help relax your muscles. Sit with your feet flat on the floor and try to stay away from leaning or slouching back into the seat. Scoot forward and sit up tall, relaxing your shoulders.
Important tips: Get up at least every hour and walk the length of the isle. Walk to the restroom a few times; you may want to also do the neck tilts or shoulder rolls while walking. This will also put other travelers at ease…they will see what you are doing and may join you! Also drink plenty of water. A bottle while you wait to board and another on the plane is a great idea.
The point is to keep your blood circulating. This will also help prevent deep vein thrombosis, which is a