Tips for Traveling and Staying Comfortable with Fibro

Tips for Traveling and Staying Comfortable with Fibro
Through the Fog I have always tended to be more of a homebody than a traveler, although I did enjoy visiting Maine each summer with my sister. We would eat junk food and laugh so much that the seven-hour car ride just flew by. Although it’s been a few years since we made that trip together, I’m hopeful we can do it again this summer. Along the way, I've learned a few tips to make traveling a little easier. If you plan on traveling soon, perhaps you'll find the following suggestions helpful. Avoiding stress is good advice for every day, but especially if you’re making plans to travel. Making plans, securing transportation and tickets, packing and unpacking, and other related activities are always stressful. Even having fun can cause stress. To counter this, take some time for deep breathing and listening to music that relaxes you. Dress comfortably while traveling. I wear shorts, a T-shirt, and sandals or comfy sneakers. I also bring one dressy outfit just in case. Apart from that, I pack nothing but comfortable clothes. It’s possible to look nice and be comfortable, so don’t compromise on that. I love air conditioning when it’s hot outside and we’re driving on the highway, but the cold can also increase my pain after a while. So, I bring a sweatshirt and a light blanket to cover my legs when the cool air becomes too much. Due to fibro fog and general f
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