Blog Articles — Travel
Benefits of Getting Outdoors by Julie Singh, Co-Founder of TripOutside If you’re a self-professed homebody, you could seriously benefit from a change of scenery. Spending time in nature could improve your physical and mental health, ward off illness, and actually make you happier!
Sleep quality directly affects your physical and mental well-being. A poor night’s sleep can have a serious impact on your daytime energy, mental health and physical performance.
By Dr. Jatin Joshi, Co-founder of OneSecond Supplements The central concept behind OneSecond Supplements continues to be empowerment. Sonia and I firmly believe that by challenging our bad habits, and by making small but positive changes to our routine we can help ourselves and others improve health and well being. One of the most recent changes we have both tried to make is to our travel habits. Traveling extensively for work may seem like a welcome break from the office, school run, and daily grind but the reality is often different. When I first started traveling for work, the thought...
Nothing can ruin your summer vacation faster than a cold. If you thought warm weather and a tropical climate were going to keep you safe, think again. A cold actually has nothing to do with temperature. In fact, many experts believe summer is actually the worst season for colds, mainly because the viruses that cause them tend to hang around much longer. To make matters worse, summer colds tend to take on more flu-like symptoms, compared to their winter counterparts. Travelers are particularly susceptible to these summer sniffles (and aches and pains and oh, the agony), mainly because this virus...