Why Anti-Viral Respiratory Drugs Should Not Be Consumed While Traveling
Travel is the motion of individuals between different geographical areas. Travel can be to any destination, by land, sea, or air, with or without personal luggage and is one way or another traveling, usually in pursuit of some objective. There are many methods of travel: caravanning, hiking, biking, canoeing, skating, rafting, skiing, mountain climbing, parasailing, bungee jumping, jet skiing, scuba diving, snorkeling, skydiving, surfing, sailing, snowboarding, windsurfing, horseback riding, ice skating, swimming, motorcycling, golf, tennis and others.
There has been an increased risk in travel-related illnesses among U.S. children since the late 1990s. Traveling has become common and accessible to almost anyone, with almost every day of the year available. The increasing prevalence of travel has resulted in more cases of several types of infectious diseases, the majority of which are contagious when one travels. Common symptoms of some of these diseases include diarrhea, viral gastroenteritis, viral meningitis, strep throat, viral hepatitis, ear infections, conjunctivitis, meningitis, viral encephalitis, meningitis, viral meningitis, Mumps, Pneumonia, viral hepatitis, urinary tract infection, otitis media, viral meningitis, allergic reactions, and head lice.
If you are a passenger and have tested negative for a disease mentioned above, or suspect that you may have a communicable disease on a plane, do not self-isolate. This means that if you do become ill before you have a chance to be examined by a doctor, you could cause others to become ill before you do, spreading the disease even further. This also goes for consuming food or water while on the plane or in a hotel, and not traveling with a group. Anyone who becomes sick before they have the opportunity to be examined by a doctor should consider themselves extremely lucky and their travel experience could be considerably improved if they were to be examined by a medical professional before leaving home.