With the holidays quickly approaching, soon you’ll be traveling to visit family, and traveling can mean coming in contact with the cold and flu. Learn about the reasons why you could get sick while traveling and how Xlear Sinus Spray can help!

Different environment

Many times when you travel you’ll encounter a new environment with different types of allergens, bacteria, and viruses. Your body probably won’t be accustomed to the new contaminants and you could get sick. To curb the potential illness, make sure to wash your nose and sinuses of the contaminants.

Fellow Travelers

When you travel you’re often in close proximity to people. If any one of them is sick, you have a greater chance of falling ill too. It is important, then, to make sure your natural defenses are supported so you can stay healthy.

Dry air

The air on airplanes is very dry, which causes problems in your sinuses. Your nose depends on having some mucus to trap contaminants from entering into the body. The mucus only functions if it is hydrated. Dry air dries up that protective mucus layer, leaving you more susceptible to sickness. Make sure to keep your sinuses moisturized.

Lack of Sleep

With air travel, all the festivities, and being in a new environment, you probably won’t be sleeping all that much. Though it is expected, the lack of sleep could compromise your immune system. The key then, is to make sure you get quality rest during the time you have to sleep, and that means making sure your airway is open so you can breathe better.

The best and most convenient way to open your airway for better sleep and keep your sinuses clean and moisturized is using Xlear Nasal Spray. Xlear is natural and features a patented, unique solution so you don’t have to worry about what you’re putting into your body—just enjoy the amazing benefits of breathing better and feeling better so your vacation can be what you hope and more.

Find Xlear Nasal Spray in the Wellness Department at your local Earth Fare!

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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