Stay Healthy on a Plane
- Metal Detectors: I avoid the large metal detectors (called backscatters). The regular ones I’ll walk through, but the others I’ll ask to “opt out” requesting a pat-down search instead.
- Give yourself an extra 15 minutes to get to the flight.
- Cosmic Radiation – Fly at night when possible, I use supplements such as Astaxanthin, Resveratrol, Zinc, & Vitamin E – see my blog here for links - https://theartofunity.com/which-supplements-do-i-take/
Pregnant and flying
- Always avoid flying during solar storms called a solar particle event since the radiation during this time can deliver a higher dose of radiation in one flight than is recommended for the entirety of the pregnancy, according to the CDC. Event forecast here - http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/forecasts
- Avoid flying during their first trimester.
- Travel with an earthing mat to sleep on at your destination
- Touch the Earth as soon as possible when you get off the plane
- Touch the metal bar on the seat in front of you with your socked foot.
Traveler’s Thrombosis - Economy-Class Syndrome
This happens from Sitting for too long in cramped conditions.
- Wearing loose clothing,
- Drink lots of water
- Walk around the cabin
- Stretch or minor exercise
- Sleeping horizontally as you can in first class.
The idea is to make sure you’re feeling good circulation in your legs.
- Don’t cross your legs at the knee
- Avoiding alcohol or sodas
- Avoid sitting for more than an hour without getting up to circulate blood flow.
Germs and bacteria
- Pack disinfectant wipes and wipe down any surface you're using - tray tables, window shades, and armrests.
- I also take a liposomal vitamin C and D before I get on the plane and on a long flight halfway through.
- Mention at the security checkpoint they are homeopathic medicine, so they don’t put it through the x-ray machine as the radiation may lessen their effect.
- Dip a cotton swap in coconut oil and rub it on the inside of my nostrils. (It’s antibacterial and can help to prevent sickness and dryness.
- Bandage any open wounds
- Don’t touch anything in the bathroom without a paper towel in your hand.
- Don’t rub your eyes or touch your nose or mouth -- that's how many viruses and diseases spread.
- Don't go barefoot at security checkpoints. Wear or bring socks to avoid athlete's foot and other fungal infections.
Mix pure water in a small spray bottle with a couple drops of essential oils. I use “OnGuard,” Clove, Cinnamon. Can also use Lavender, Melaleuca (tea tree), Frankincense. This is non-toxic and edible when using my favorite oils here:
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Other Essential Oils
I also carry lemon oil and another blend called digestzen. I put the lemon in my water as it kills germs and I put a few drops of the digestzen in my mouth and drink water as that helps if you’ve ingested any bad bacteria or virus.
I also have peppermint in case of any headache or nausea, which is common on a plane as the air.
It’s hard to stay hydrated on a flight as the cabin air is actually dryer than a desert. Can cause nausea, headache, sickness, and cramps
- Drink coffee, soda, energy drinks or alcohol
- Junk food
- Processed foods
- High Sodium food
- Drink at least 8 oz. of water every hour in the air.
- Bring your own food – Healthy snacks, Nuts, fruit, wraps, homemade protein bars, protein powder in a baggie.
- Fast if you don’t have food (just drinking water)
High decibel sounds causing hearing loss
Avoid sitting in the back of the plane
- Use noise-reducing headphones or earplugs.
- Touch the earth or at least your earthing mat,
- Get as much sunlight as you can
- Eat alkaline foods like green vegetables
- Have Green Tea or other caffeinated tea to help assimilate to the new time zone.
By utilizing the information presented on this site, you agree to and understand that author, Bill Farr is not a doctor or any other type of certified health care professional, and his opinion is not a substitute for professional medical prevention, diagnosis, or treatment. Please consult with your doctor or your other health care providers concerning your symptoms and medical requirements before following any of the remedies or other suggestions he offers. His opinion is based on his own research and is to be used for educational purposes only. Bill Farr’s wellness plans and advice are meant to be used in conjunction with standard allopathic or osteopathic medical treatment and care.
solar radiation predictions – http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/phenomena/solar-radiation-storm
Ct scans – http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/08/29/airport-body-scanner.aspx