Heart Healthy Travel Tips

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HEART HEALTHY TRAVEL TIPS
By Dr. Jacqueline Eubany

Here are 5 quick travel tips for those with chronic medical conditions, to allow for smooth, and easy transition.

Dr Jacqueline Eubany, a board certified cardiologist and electrophysiologist, and author of the best-selling book “Women and Heart Disease: The Real Story,” shares travel tips with heart health in mind on Big Blend Radio.

 

–  Always have your medications with you in your carry on, to ensure that you can continue taking your medications on a regularly timed schedule and not have to worry if your checked luggage is lost or delayed.

– For long flights, I would recommend getting up intermittently and walking up and down the aisle to prevent development of blood clots in your legs.

– I would consider obtaining travel medical insurance, especially with international destinations.

– For planned tours at your destination, I would recommend drinking plenty of water, preferably bottled water in certain areas.

– And lastly make sure you enjoy yourself immensely on your trip!

Safe travels! Till next time.

Dr Jacqueline Eubany is a board certified cardiologist and electrophysiologist, and author of the must have book “Women and Heart Disease: The Real Story”. With heart disease being the number one killer of women in the US, killing more women than breast and lung cancer combined, Dr. Jackie is on a mission to educate women on how to reduce their risk by up to 80%, how to recognize a heart attack earlier, and how to make the healthiest choices for your heart. More at www.womenandheartdiseasebook.com

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Dr Jacqueline Eubany is a board certified cardiologist and electrophysiologist, and author of the must have book “Women and Heart Disease: The Real Story”. With heart disease being the number one killer of women in the US, killing more women than breast and lung cancer combined, Dr. Jackie is on a mission to educate women on how to reduce their risk by up to 80%, how to recognize a heart attack earlier, and how to make the healthiest choices for your heart.

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