Alcohol to get to sleep on a flight is a bad idea that you will pay for later This includes Tylenol PM, sleeping pills, Xanax, Xanax plus alcohol.
If a person buys some wine in Duty Free, where can they drink it legally? Do you go to one of those casual eateries that have tables, order some food and then take out the wine? Do you know if they have smaller bottles at those JFK Duty Free shops? I have often wanted to bring a split or two with me to enjoy at the airport before a long flight.to help me relax and have with a snack.but never did it because I did not think it would be allowed in my carry on. Robert.I read your post about the wine/duty free.maybe a dumb question but I am also going to have a few hours at JFK before my flight.
I am really needing to sleep on the plane to italy this time.. anxiety about flying and her doctor prescribed Xanax and it works great for her.
Yeah I know..the exit row thing..I remember that from years ago..and I almost forgot for a minute and clicked on my seat in the exit row..NO thanks..lol.ABout the whole turning mean and getting sick thing..I agree..I am like your husband..So I May try and ambien to see how I react while at home...i didnt see if you mentioned how he reacts on a plane to the meds..The same way he does at home?..You are funny!!lol.
Our first few trips to Europe he took 2 days to be able to enjoy the experience and for us to enjoy being with him.
I don't recommend Xanax, it's not meant for sleep but for anxiety.. It kills two birds with one stone for an overnight flight and works a charm.
I have had my hair pulled more times than I can count. (I also hate gum-poppers too !. Glad to know someone else feels my pain. But usually, it's just clueless, thoughtless half-wits. Nukesafe.I so agree.people are so clueless about using other people's seats. You should be able to walk up and down the aisles without using seats to pull your self along.I will give a pass to those with physical issues that require some help to move in a plane.
I always wear light clothing as the planes are usually over-heated, drink plenty of fluid and maybe just a glass of wine, and wear noise-reduction headphones playing some ambient music from my MP4.
I always get anxiety the day of flying. me diazepam (valium) In France they prescribe xanax (same family benzodiazapines) I always look at other people to see the reactions and everyone is always calm or sleeping.
you are actually safer in the air.At any time there are nearly 1 million people in the air. You'll be fine.
I have been looking on the easyjet website at their fearless flyer courses.
Others, Benadryl. Others, Tylenol PM. Others just recommend the commonly available drug that airline employees walk the aisles of the plane pouring for free all night long. Taking medication to help you sleep while flying increases your risk of blood clots in your legs that can lead to death.
I also heard from a registered nurse who said that taking a pill on an airplane is dangerous because you might get a blood clot and die:
Minutes later, when we landed in London, I was better rested after a red-eye than I had ever been. I do have vague recollections of bodily readjustments, odd dreams, and my mouth hanging open like a grouper's. But the next thing I remember is waking up in full daylight on the approach to Heathrow Airport. The story was about how I took a pill before I got on the plane.