|In this Issue: Trade show wellness – Business travel tips|
|Approximately 78 percent of trade show attendees travel more than 600 kilometres to attend a show or exhibit. Once they are there, they spend an average of 8.3 hours viewing what they came to see. That can make for a long day of travel, less-than-ideal eating habits and sore, tired feet.This e-newsletter will offer tips on staying healthy at your next trade show, from overcoming jet lag and making better food choices to fighting germs and stretching to help tired legs and feet. There’s nothing worse than hitting a wall midday or worse yet, coming down with a bug while travelling.|
We hope you’ve found a tip or two to help your body feel and stay well while attending your next trade show. Remember, being well-rested, staying hydrated, eating well and exercising can do wonders to boost your energy and keep you going strong all day long.
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Seaney, Rick. “Jet Lag: 15 Prevention and Recovery Tips.” ABC News. ABC News Network, 02 Mar. 2014. Web. Retrieved 16 Sept. 2014.
Phon, Abby. “10 Reasons Why You Should Drink More Water.” MindBodyGreen. N.p., 20 Mar. 2012. Web. Retrieved 16 Sept. 2014.
Eisenberg, Paul. “How to Stop Getting Sick When You Travel.” Fox News. FOX News Network, 02 June 2009. Web. Retrieved 16 Sept. 2014.
“6 Ways to Stay Fit From Your Seat.” Active.com. N.p., n.d. Web. Retrieved 16 Sept. 2014.
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