What to Do if You Get Sick on Vacation
It’s all fun and games on vacation until someone gets sick.
Whether it’s an unforeseen head cold while lounging on the beach or a minor scrape during a mountain adventure hike, sometimes you can’t think clearly about what to do in those situations. I’m happy to share a few tips on what to do if you get sick on vacation.
One of the surest ways keep immunities boosted is to reach for nourishing snacks. Freeze-dried fruits and nut bars pack a whole lot of punch.
RELIEVE ALLERGIES IN THE SHOWER
Sometimes a new place means a whole new collection of allergies.
Placing an effervescent vapor tablet in a warm shower at the hotel or vacation rental will offer temporary comfort.
SOOTHE THE CHILDREN’S SORE THROATS
One of the most helpless moments as a parent is when your kid gets a sore throat.
Children’s throat relief pops are an effective, great-tasting way to treat their throat discomfort.
QUICKLY TEND TO UNEXPECTED SCRAPES
Nothing puts a wrench in the fun quite like an unexpected scrape. With liquid bandage spray, quickly clean and spray a light coating on the affected area to get back to the adventure.
Bonus Tip: A MinuteClinic could be a less expensive and convenient alternative to an ER visit.
It’s true that getting sick while traveling is one of the things we don’t usually think about when preparing for our trip. However, it’s easy to take care of such setbacks while you’re on vacation by picking up a few of items at a nearby CVS Pharmacy location. The CVS MinuteClinic provides a range of different services related specifically to travel.
Additionally, with the CVS Pharmacy App, you can not only locate the nearest MinuteClinic, but you’ll also be able to see wait times and hold your place in line so you’re not spending all day waiting while you’re supposed to be enjoying your vacation.
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