Health Hacks: These doctor-approved tips will change the way you travel forever

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Welcome to Health Hacks with Doctor Mike, a weekly video series to learn the latest tips and tricks to ensure you're as healthy as can be.

With the holidays right around the corner, chances are you're going to be spending more time in the car or on a plane than you'd like. No matter if you're heading off to a romantic warm-weather getaway, ski vacation out west or road tripping to the in-laws upstate, travel during the holiday season is no easy feat.

But before you grab your boarding pass and passport, make sure to read up on Doctor Mike's tips to ensure a healthy trip.

1. Motion sickness: No matter if the nausea is hitting you or the person across the aisle, getting sick in public is never fun. Ginger candies (like these popular ones on Amazon) can help calm your stomach by stabilizing your digestive system and blood pressure.

2. Acupressure bands: If the ginger chews don't work, certain wristbands might do the trick. The wristbands, like this one on sale for $6.99, naturally reduce nausea without any side effects. It's a must for those who easily get motion sick on the road, air or sea.

3.Travel anxiety: Travel can really take a toll on many, but a zen essential oil like lavender can help. This Amazon's choice one has an overwhelming 2,300 positive reviews.

4.Digestion and travel: Travel brings new foods and a change in eating habits, and for some, their stomachs take the brunt of it all. Doctor Mike suggests taking a probiotic before, during and after your trip to help relieve those symptoms. The Physician's Choice 60 Billion Probiotic has nearly 5,600 ratings on Amazon, but it might be worth talking to your primary care doctor about which one works best for you.

5. Hydration: When you're dehydrated, your focus, immune symptoms and stress levels all suffer. Especially if you're heading to the mountains, make sure your body is well equipped for the altitude! It's important to stay away from sugary drinks, too.

6. Jet lag: Plan ahead for time zone changes by switching your sleep and wake times ahead of your trip. Melatonin can help you fall asleep if you're traveling to an eastern time zone, allowing you to get acclimated more easily.

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