Feeling Dry - Travel & Health Tips

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Feeling Dry

Low humidity conditions within the aircraft can cause dryness of skin, mouth, nose and eyes especially during long haul flights. Normal humidity is 30%; however, within the aircraft it is only 20%. Applying a skin moisturizing lotion and taking off your contact lens can help ease the condition.

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navin123  Thursday, November 12, 2009
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