Cruise Ship Survival Guide - Part 8 - Tired Muscles - Tips for Avoiding Gastro & Staying Healthy
In this part 8 of the healthy cruise holiday preparation plan, we'll explore the tip 8 for staying healthy on cruise holidays...
Tip 8 - Tired Muscles after Too Much Fun
Raise your hand if you've had this experience. You start your holiday, you're all excited about the onboard activities. You wake up at the crack-of-dawn to go to a yoga class. Only catch is, it's been years since you last did a stretch. So the next morning when you wake up you get a pleasant surprise - stiff and achey muscles.
Well, here's the top 2 tips for those tired muscles. Young Living's Deef Relief Rollon and Young Living's Cool Azul Sports Gel. You use one of them or both. Personally, I carry both of them with me everywhere I go. Why? Well, just in case I get a little overly enthusiastic and stretch my body a bit more than what it's accustomed to. Trust me, my body thanks me for the forethought of packing the Deep Relief and Cool Azul.
Plus they're easy to use and ready-to-go. Simply roll the Deep Relief rollon onto those tired muscles on the neck, back, shoulders and knees (or any other muscles and body parts that are telling you they're tired after your physical activity). And the Cool Azul gel is just as easy to use - it's a ready-made gel that you simply apply onto the skin. Its cooling sensation on the skin is relieving, uplifting and soothing.
Where to Buy Young Living Deep Relief Rollon and Cool Azul Sports Gel in Australia?
See the next parts of this series of Avoiding Gastro & Staying Healthy on Your Next Cruise Holiday