What if a millionaire offers to pay for all your traveling aspirations? Only one condition: first, you have to fly continuously for a year, non-stop. Clouds after clouds after clouds. Would you say yes? If you accepted, what would it be like?
Jet lag would probably the first thing that comes to mind since this is the most familiar side effect after a long flight. If 6-8 hours make your head feel the weight of the world, then can you imagine what 365 days up in the air would do? Well, honestly, this is the very least of your worries, considering everything else flying does to your body.
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Difficulty hearing 1:08
Stomach ache 1:43
Low blood oxygen level 3:05
Your eyes, lips, and mouth might get dry 4:04
Your taste buds might go numb 4:54
The spreading of viruses 😱 5:56
UVA rays 6:29
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– Even if you’re not on an airplane, but maybe visiting some place with a high altitude, you can experience an uncomfortable feeling in your ear, and even have difficulty hearing.
– The lack of movement that’s being observed by your eyes will directly conflict with what your inner ear is experiencing, sending mixed signals to your brain. This contradiction will be the reason for your stomach ache.
– The pressure is still the one to blame for this one. As you go higher in the air, the gas inside you expands, causing the unexpected ache that you’re feeling. It’ll help you a lot if you don’t try to hold the gas inside you though since that only makes you feel worse and more bloated.
– Airplanes were designed to be able to handle the pressure. But due to being above the horizon, your blood will absorb less oxygen than usual.
– They’re actually doing it for your own good! It’s been suggested that a healthy environment would have about 50 to 60 percent water vapor present in the air. Sadly, inside an airplane cabin, it can dip as low as 10 percent, which makes it drier than the desert.
– The dryness of the air up there will not only affect your hydration, but also mess with your sense of smell. And guess what: being able to smell food is essential for your brain to also recognize how it tastes.
– The Journal of Environmental Health Research also concluded that the risk of catching colds is a hundred times higher when you’re on an airplane.
– Some studies have shown that spending 56 minutes at such an altitude is equal to spending 20 minutes tanning.
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