These are the Reasons Why We Are Easily Sick When Traveling Long Distance

Traveling long distances like going out of town or even abroad will certainly be fun. Besides we can see a different place compared to what we normally see every day, we can also meet people or even other cultures that are very interesting. Unfortunately, traveling long distances often makes us tired or even sick. A question arises, does traveling long distances have side effects that make us easily sick?

Health expert Catherine Forest said that if most people think that the length of time traveled to how often we travel is the main trigger of the ease with which we fall ill. However, this turned out to be incorrect. There are two other factors that actually play a role in the ease of people who travel far to get sick, namely exposure to bacteria and also lack of sleep.


Forest said that if we didn’t realize it, when we traveled far we would meet more people than before. For example, if we were to use public transportation, of course we would gather from people from other places who could have brought a virus that previously only endemic in their home region. In addition, people in the places we visit can also carry some bacteria that will move to the body.
Those who travel long distances also tend to experience sleep deprivation. How comfortable is the vehicle that we use, there is a tendency to easily wake up or even not close your eyes even though the body feels tired and not fit. This will certainly reduce the immune system so that we will also be more susceptible to exposure to bacteria or viruses that cause disease. This is in accordance with the results of a study in 2009 which states that if sleep deprivation during long distance travel is the main trigger for the decline in body health conditions.
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Hyderabad: The Pearl of the Deccan

Delhi is the capital city of India, and is filled with tourists, people, and vehicles. In such a scenario, a short travel is helpful in dealing with daily life stresses and increasing the efficiency of an individual. Of all the states in India, no state holds such a grace as the City of Pearls, Hyderabad. Hyderabad is the place, where you can forget about everything: worries and everyday routine issues, and enjoy the genuine beauty of the God-blessed nature.

If you are planning to go from Delhi to Hyderabad, just check the Delhi to Hyderabad Flights schedule.

Here are a few things you can plan to do in Hyderabad:

A historic visit to Golconda Fort

Golconda Fort is a fine example of majestic architecture. One can see the elegance and splendour of the Nawabi culture on visiting it.

It’s not just a fort, but a tiny little kingdom in itself, where you are taken back in the past as you travel around the fort. A light show at Golconda is enough for you to experience a thrilling tale of royalty, espionage, and romance packed in the magical medium of light and sound.

 

Ramoji Film City

Ramoji Film City is the world’s largest unified film city. Ramoji Film City has been declared by the Guinness World Records as the largest studio complex in the world and has been spread in 2000 acres.

The most well-known movie shooted here is Bhaubali. It was built by Ramoji Rao in 1996. The hotels inside the city are luxurious hotels (Sitara Luxury Hotel, Tara Comfort Hotel, Vasundhara Villa’, Shantiniketan Economy Accommodation, and Sahara Shared Accommodation) where you might even found some of the celebrities seating just next to you.

 

Savour Hyderabadi Cuisines

Hyderabad is heaven for “food lovers”. From biryani and kebabs to sweet dishes, the royal Hyderabadi cuisine has it all. If you are planning to go to Hyderabad, you can’t just miss the delicious cuisine served in Hyderabad.

The most popular dish of Hyderabad is Hyderabadi Biryani. The use of mutton, with a mix of spicy rice, aromatic seasonings and clay pot cooking is what makes it unique. Some of the must-try dishes in Hyderabad are Haleem, Dum Pukht, Lukh+mi, Salan and Keema Samosa.

 

Seek blessings at the Birla Temple

Birla Mandir is one of the most splendidly built temples in Hyderabad.  It was built by the Birla Foundation in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. The temple is devoted to Lord Venkateshwara, also known as Srinivasa.  It is constructed of 2000 tons of pure white marble.

The temple manifests an amalgam of South Indian, Rajasthani and Utkal temple architectures. It also presents a colorful magnificent sight when illuminated at night.

 

Beat the heat in a water park

Just like the scrumptious biryani, gorgeous pearls, and the beautiful Charminar, water parks in Hyderabad have become an iconic attraction too. Water parks like Wonderla etc. also offer to pick and drop the candidates if they require so, making it easier for … Read More

Tips for Overcoming Tired When Riding a Remote Motorbike

The holiday season or can also be a homecoming season, many people often spend to go out of town. Many people may choose to use public transportation such as buses, trains to planes to travel.
However, others may choose to use private vehicles such as cars and motorbikes. Of course using a motorcycle to travel far is not without reason. Besides being cheaper, motorbike driving is claimed to be more free on the road and not easily jammed.
Unfortunately, driving on a motorcycle, especially long-distance riders, has many risks. One of the risks that must be borne by the rider is of course more tired and tired. Sometimes when riding a motorcycle long distance or more than 2 hours drive, the body of the rider gets tired quickly.

This is due to many things, ranging from the wrong way to sit down to the motor condition that is less comfortable. Well, for those of you who like touring or plan to travel on a motorcycle, here are tips for you not easily tired when riding a long distance motorbike.


1. Driving Position Must Be Right
One of the causes of easy tiredness when driving a motorbike remotely is the wrong driving position. Even though the correct driving position is very important. In addition to making the body not tired also for safety when driving long distances.
For that, try sitting comfortably on the seat of the motorbike, not too forward or backward from the seat. The sitting position of the foot goes in or presses the seat. For example for a sports motorbike user, the thigh position presses the motor tank. In addition to not making tired, this position is also claimed to be able to make the motorbike driven more stable.
For the hand position, it is better not to straighten the handlebar of the motor, but slightly bent from the outside of the hand. Although simple, this driving position is claimed not to make the hands sore and can reduce the effects of shocks on the shoulder when passing through damaged roads. In addition, in driving long distances, try to keep your back position perpendicular, do not hunch down.
No less important, always concentrate and maintain a focused view on the street. In addition, the human body also has its own resistance and is not designed to drive continuously. So before driving make sure you have enough rest. And when driving also often stop to rest or check the condition of the motorbike.


2. Driving Equipment Must Be Complete
In addition to driving position, driving equipment also affects the fatigue or not of the driver when driving a long distance motorbike. So make sure to always use driving equipment that meets the standards.
For example, using an SNI helmet, using a mask to use shoes. Use equipment that feels comfortable, do not force using equipment that is not appropriate for its designation. Because in addition to making it easy to get tired it can also be dangerous.
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