Super Taprobane Tours (Pvt.) Ltd , Sri Lanka

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Super Taprobane Tours, Sri Lanka, we want you to stay healthy when you travel. Here are some travel health tips to help you stay healthy whether you're traveling across the country or across the world, along with tips to maintain healthy habits away from home. Remember, if you have any questions or concerns, always ask your doctor or other health professional.


* Research basic health information about your destination.
* If you have any chronic health condition or special health needs, such as              diabetes, allergies, asthma, or heart disease, ask your doctor for any travel  health advice about your condition, and if you should avoid or limit certain  activities.

* If you are not feeling well, talk to your doctor before you travel.
* Make sure routine immunizations are up to date for you and your kids.
* Make a brief medical history form that includes your doctor's contact  information, your blood type, any allergies, health conditions, prescription  medications, immunizations, and other important health information.



* Be sure to check on any travel health requirements for the countries you plan to  visit, such as necessary immunizations or tests. Check the Centers for Disease  Control Travelers' Health page for specific details.
* If you need any special immunizations, get them at least 4-6 weeks before you    leave
* Your health and accident insurance may not be valid outside of you country.  Check with your insurance provider to see if you need additional travel  health/accident insurance.
* To find recommended doctors, clinics, and hospitals for travelers, check with a  travel medicine clinic. Also, check with your host your host country or countries'  tourism or foreign affairs offices.
* When purchasing additional travel health/accident insurance, consider medical    evacuation insurance to cover the cost of transporting you out of the country for  medical care
* Some doctors, clinics, and hospitals outside of your country. may require you to   pay them before you are treated, even though you have insurance
* In some countries, you may need to be especially careful about what you eat  and drink
* The safest foods are those that are well-cooked and factory-packaged, as well  as those served in major hotels and restaurants
* The safest drinks are factory-sealed beverages, such as bottled water or soda,  or hot beverages such as tea and coffee
* If you get sick in another country, contact your tour operator or the nearest    embassy or consulate for assistance. Also, contact your travel health insurance    provider
* Some medications available overseas may be different than similar medications   in your country. Also, some medications may not be available outside of your    country. Ask your doctor if you have any questions or concerns
* Bring proof of any required immunizations


* If you need any prescription medication, bring enough to last you the duration of  your trip. Also, if you wear glasses, bring an extra pair. Keep any essential        medications in your carry-on luggage.
* Keep medicines in their original containers. You may also need a letter from    your doctor explaining why you need certain medicines.
* If you have any chronic health condition or special needs, wear a medical alert  bracelet or necklace

Here are a few essential travel health supplies to bring with you:

* Sunscreen

* Insect repellant

* Antibiotic ointment

* Diarrhea/upset stomach medication

* Pain relievers, such as aspirin, acetaminophen, or ibuprofen

* Hand sanitizer

* Allergy medication

* Cold/flu remedies

* Antacids

* Motion sickness medication


* To reduce jet lag symptoms, drink plenty of water, avoid eating too much, and  readjust your schedule to the local time as soon as possible
* During long plane, train, bus and car rides, your risk of deep vein thrombosis, or  blood clots in your legs from sitting too long, increases. To reduce your risk,  move about and stretch as frequently as possible, drink plenty of water, and ask  your doctor if you have any special concerns.
* If you get ear aches when you fly, chew gum or take a decongestant
* Feeling sea sick, air sick, or car sick? Motion sickness medication may help.
* If you suddenly feel sick on a plane or cruise ship, tell a crew member



* Wash your hands frequently, especially before eating and after coughing,  sneezing, or using the restroom. Use a hand sanitizer if you are far away from  soap and running water.
* Wear sunscreen with UVA and UVB protection. Re-apply it after swimming or if  you've been sweating a lot.
* Use insect repellant to keep harmful insects away. Repellents containing DEET  work best.
* Avoid any strange animals
* If you are traveling to high-elevation areas, such as mountainous areas, you  may be at risk of altitude sickness
* Don't have too much alcohol to drink
* If you feel sick after coming back from your trip, tell your doctor.



* Traveling can make it harder to eat right, get regular exercise, manage stress,  and get enough sleep. Don't take a vacation from healthy habits!
* Most locations offer access to an on-site or nearby fitness center, so you can  stick to your exercise regimen, or just release stress
* Don't skip breakfast! Most Hotels and resorts offer a complimentary breakfast (If  its booked)
* Make regular "downtime" part of your travel plans
* Whenever possible, walk instead of drive
* Choose whole grains, lean meats, and fruits and vegetables when eating out

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