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Flights – especially long haul ones – can be tiring and achy.
Well, consultant surgeon Ali Ghoz from the London Orthopaedic Clinic might just have the perfect carry – on.
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Hear him out.
Ghoz told the Daily Star that one of the best ways to ease your discomfort is by massaging the areas of your body most affected, with a tennis ball.
This can be the small of your back or the soles of your feet.
By taking a tennis ball or a massager on the plane this will help increase circulation.
Massaging with a tennis ball will help increase circulation, which in turn should decrease the pain.
And if you don’t happen to have a tennis ball?
That’s fine, massaging with your hands works too.
HT The Daily Star
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