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  • Wow.

  • Every time you get on an airplane, it's like you're stepping into the Twilight Zone.

  • How can you get so tired while sitting still?

  • And why does it feel like your senses are dulled?

  • Get your emotions are heightened.

  • That's just a couple of the weird things that happen to your body during a flying starting with the food thing.

  • How many jokes have you heard about how bad airplane food is?

  • Here's the kicker.

  • The food isn't bad.

  • It's your sense of taste not working, because the cabin air has dried your mouth out of all its saliva, which helps with taste.

  • The dry air also dulls your sense of smell, which accounts for 80% of what you taste.

  • Now, don't be surprised if you start having weird cravings up there, too.

  • You might have wanted a big chocolate bar before you board it, but once you're in the sky for a while, some fried chicken sounds like it would hit the spot.

  • Good thing they're usually served chicken or fish.

  • Also cravings air typically assigned that you're thirsty.

  • Hey, just get some water.

  • Many passengers get a headache during the flight, especially right after takeoff.

  • Don't worry.

  • It's normal, though.

  • Still a pain in the head.

  • You're climbing to an altitude higher than Mount Everest within about 10 minutes.

  • The air up there is extremely thin, which means less oxygen going to your brain.

  • Want to feel better?

  • She want some gum or candy?

  • No gum will also help get rid of that bad breath.

  • The air is thin and dry, and it pulls the moisture right out of your body.

  • That and the super salty food.

  • Yep, the airline.

  • Add spices to the meal so that you can feel something.

  • Be sure to drink plenty of water and chew gum.

  • Seriously.

  • Water and gum.

  • True life savers on a plane.

  • Wait lifesavers.

  • Okay.

  • To be honest, the magic isn't in the gum itself.

  • It's the swallowing, So gum hard candy mints will all help you avoid that annoying ear popping during takeoff and landing.

  • And if you're in flight, movie or music a sounding weird were ears might be due for another cleaning.

  • Yawning helps to freakouts are another lovely body phenomenon you might have on a fly.

  • Believe it or not, that dry air is the culprit here.

  • Pimples aren't just a oily skin thing.

  • When the skin dries out, it's immunity to bacteria weakens, stay hydrated and bring a good moisturizer with you on board.

  • But if you take my advice and drink lots of water, don't drink the tap water they used to make coffee and tea.

  • It's not as clean as you'd hope.

  • They've even found E.

  • Coli in the airplanes.

  • Water tanks.

  • If you're thirsty, ask for bottled water.

  • You might also feel like you're coming down with a cold.

  • Your nose gets congested, your throat hurts.

  • You sneeze and cough, and everyone else is too.

  • So you feel like you caught something from them.

  • Take it easy now it's more likely the dry air it fall.

  • It dries out your nose and throat, making you feel as if you have cold like symptoms.

  • You'll feel better upon landing or not, because planes air still filthy and you can get sick from them.

  • So wash your hands frequently and clean that tray table with an anti bacterial wife.

  • The thing you eat on is one of the dirtiest surfaces in the cabin.

  • The lower the air pressure, the more gases expand.

  • This law also works inside your stomach.

  • Yes, planes can give you a serious and possibly embarrassing case of gas decision.

  • Every plane has a toilet.

  • You might need to run to the toilet because of nausea to.

  • It's a lot like motion sickness in a car.

  • Your I see movement outside the window, but your body senses that you're perfectly still.

  • The conflicting information confuses your brain.

  • Here's a tip.

  • If you can get a window seat above the wing, it will be a Stiller image for your brain.

  • But if you do run to the W.

  • C to relieve yourself of that, build up gas or nausea, don't assume that nobody can bother you in there.

  • The toilet door can still be open from the outside.

  • Hope.

  • Sorry, that will add to the unbearable stress you're already feeling.

  • Did you know many airlines have blacklist movies because they can make passengers too sad or emotional?

  • And it's not like these movies are known for their heart wrenching drama.

  • It's just that our body experiences stress and takes everything too close to heart due to the lowered oxygen levels also were sitting in a confined space at a high altitude from the ground and very far from home our body realizes that we're totally out of control of our own safety.

  • Feeling so vulnerable can throw a person's emotions out of whack.

  • It's no wonder the flight crew always smiles at us.

  • Okay, I'm over it.

  • By the way, have you noticed that one of the smiling flight attendants is hiding their hands behind their back?

  • When you enter the plane, you can be sure that crew member is counting the passengers as a board.

  • They have a special little counter for this anyway.

  • Don't think that everybody on the plane is either sad tears or enraged.

  • Flying can make us happier, too.

  • While watching a movie, you can cry with joy.

  • You feel this special connection with that small screen because it's rescuing you from boredom.

  • It's cozy, and the body can react to this very joyfully, especially at high altitudes, where your brain is kind of out of it.

  • Yeah, yeah, it is a good idea to stick with those in flight movies to save you from boredom.

  • Don't do any work tests that requires sharp thinking and don't make any important decisions.

  • Your brain isn't getting enough oxygen, remember?

  • Ah, lot of passengers say they feel like they can't think straight on a blink.

  • And that's why your night vision might also feel like it's worse.

  • After all, the I's also need here more than anything.

  • Perhaps your corneas are the one part of your body that doesn't have a blood supply.

  • They get their oxygen straight from the air, so not only worsened eyesight, but dry eyes are a common problem on airplanes.

  • Throw some eye drops in your bag, along with those wet wipes.

  • Hand all that gum.

  • That worsened vision is also why the crew dims the lights and ask you to open the window shades during nighttime takeoffs and landings.

  • Your eyes need to be adjusted to the dimness in case of an emergency that in your crew needs to be able to see out the window in case I don't know that engine is on fire.

  • Though the theory isn't confirmed, it's widely believed that hair grows faster during a flight.

  • You might have shaved right before your flight.

  • You land a few hours later with stubble.

  • Some put this accelerated hair growth down to the cabin pressure, lower temperature or even your heightened stress levels.

  • If you know your stress levels are usually through the roof during a flight.

  • Exercising beforehand can help prevent that.

  • Plus, a good workout compensates for the hours you spend sitting still.

  • Speaking of which, we sit in one place for several hours and almost don't move on a plane yet Our body gets tired as if it's run a marathon.

  • Again.

  • It's that lack of oxygen it fall.

  • Your legs might even go numb, which is especially worrying.

  • Try to get up and move around the cabin as often as you can in need to get your blood pumping.

  • If he can't walk around, at least stretch and massage your legs right there in your seat.

  • Compression socks help a lot to, at least for May.

  • Hey, if you learn something new today, then give the video alike and share it with a friend.

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飛機上98%的人都會發生的21件事 (21 Things That Happen to 98% of People on a Plane)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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