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4 Quick Tips For Holiday Travel

If you’re traveling this holiday season, you need to prepare yourself for a little bit of stress and chaos. The holidays are the most popular travel time of the year, resulting in long lines, traffic jams, and cramped spaces. Don’t allow these stressful situations to get you down this year.

Holiday Travel Tips

Below are a few tips on how to survive holiday traveling this season:

  • Do research beforehand – If you’re driving to your destination, you should know about any expected traffic jams, and make sure to have alternate routes mapped out. If you’re flying, we recommend researching your airline’s luggage restrictions before packing.
  • Download travel apps – There are many different apps that can be downloaded onto your phone. These apps can do things like alert you flight status changes, and update you on any delays, all the way to helping you find the cheapest gas stations and the cleanest rest stops.
  • Pack snacks – It’s important to stay energized and calm when traveling. Hunger can cause stress, and you may find yourself standing in the wrong airport line or taking a wrong turn on the highway.
  • Plan for the unexpected – No matter how well prepared you are, you can never be 100% sure of what to expect when traveling. It’s a good idea to leave extra time between connections, or pack snow tires for snowy weather. Better safe than sorry!

Here at Coastal Periodontics, we want to wish you a happy holiday and safe travels!

To make an appointment with Coastal Periodontics today, please contact our Portsmouth, NH periodontics office.

Posted on Dec 16, 2016

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