Avoid Trying New Medicine For Your First Time
Certainly, when you are flying, you have to take your medicine with you. However, what if it is your first time using this medicine? In this case, the best thing to do is never to try it when you are at the airport or during the flight.
This is a new substance getting into your body, and you have no idea how it’s going to react to it. Maybe you are allergic to that medicine without being aware of it, or that medicine causes hallucinations or diarrhea.
Now imagine the worst case scenario, you took a new medicine and something happens while you are above in the sky, there is very little that could be done for you. Thus, you better keep it safe with your baggage instead of making other passengers uncomfortable after taking it.
Never Ignore The Safety Instructions
You might look at the flight attendants and think how much boring they are when they are giving you safety instructions. You may even mimic their sounds and gestures because you heard them so many times that you’ve learned them by heart.
But what you need to be sure of is that at times of crisis and emergencies, these instructions will not be boring anymore and may end up saving your life. For instance, the information provided, such as the nearest emergency exits and the need to count how many rows between you and them, is crucial when the plane gets dark and smoky.