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8 Reasons Why Traveling Is Good for Your Health

Traveling is one of the best things that you can do for your health. It helps your physical and mental health, with many travelers saying that it’s also excellent for the soul.

Sure, there are some stressful and worrying moments. But overall, when you get out on the road and visit new countries you gain in far more ways. This isn’t about just international travel, either. Traveling your own country and being a tourist in your own town can be so beneficially at the same time.

There are no limits when it comes to traveling, except for what you can afford. You can sight-see around some of your most dreamed about countries or choose exotic adventures. Go by rails, car, or even by boat. There are just so many options, and they will all help you in ways that you have never imagined.

It’s time to save up and plan your next vacation (before you check your rehab report). Get out the itinerary and start enjoying your life in ways so many travelers do. Here are eight reasons traveling is so good for the health, both mentally and physically.

 

  1. You’re Able to Get Moving

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The biggest benefit of traveling is the amount of movement that you will do. You will constantly be on the go, even if you are taking a trip on a cruise. There are sights to see and things to do! Read more…

Dubai lifestyle is addicting to expats

In a survey conducted by DIFC Wills & Probate Registry (WPR), it was found that the majority of respondents end up living in Dubai at least three years longer than planned. What’s more, one in 10 people have stayed over 20 years longer than they expected.

The Dubai lifestyle has proven to be appealing enough to attract more expats over the years, with 64 per cent of them staying significantly longer in Dubai than they had originally intended, showed a recent study. Read more…

World Health Organization: Caution against Zika should remain high

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New data from the World Health Organization (WHO) lists countries where the Aedes aegypti mosquito is present, but where there is no sign of the Zika virus.

Although a decline in cases of Zika virus infection has been reported in some countries, there is still a need for heightened vigilance, the WHO reported today, issuing fresh guidance on the virus that has been linked to birth defects and neurological complications. Read more…