Summer vacation warning as flight delays increase risk of silent killers

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SUMMER is here and with it comes foreign travel and beach adventures.

But if there’s one thing this holiday is not lacking in, it’s stress, whether it’s flight chaos or passport delays – there’s always something going on.

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Experts have warned that anger building up over travel issues could expose you to silent killersCredit: Getty

This week, experts warned that those taking off are likely to face more problems as long queues and cancellations continue.

Staff shortages and redundancies will affect airline travelers with the cost of fuel irritating Britons who choose to stay in the UK.

Experts have now warned that stress building up due to travel issues could put you at risk from silent killers.

Pharmacist Superintendent Abbas Kanani of ChemistClick said unexpected events such as ground thefts and reimbursement issues could trigger physical changes in the body.

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He explained: “Vacationers who decide to sleep in airports, buy unhealthy meals and increase their alcohol consumption in the face of continued uncertainty could be at risk of high cholesterol which can lead to life-threatening heart disease. “

Heart disease is a leading cause of death in the UK and around the world.

The main symptoms of the disease include chest pain, shortness of breath, pain throughout the body, fainting or nausea.

It occurs when your heart’s blood supply is blocked or interrupted by a buildup of fatty substances in the coronary arteries.

It is a disease that cannot be cured, but there are treatments you can take, such as medication.

You can also make lifestyle changes, such as reducing your intake of fatty foods and quitting smoking, which will reduce your risk of problems such as heart attacks.

Other physical changes that could occur due to holiday stress include increased heart palpitations, tightening of muscles, rapid breathing, and increased blood pressure as the body reacts to stress.

“As a result, the hormone cortisol is produced in the body, which can suppress travellers’ sex hormones, leading to lower libido.

“Men can struggle with sex and erections because blood flow to the penis also decreases,” he said.

The guru also explained that snacking on food at the airport can also hamper the body’s ability to achieve and maintain an erection.

“Try swapping full English for porridge oats – choosing healthier alternatives at the airport like fruits, vegetables, whole grains and beans will help lower cholesterol levels,” he said. -He suggests.

Some men suffer from impotence when they have drunk too much.

Drugs such as cannabis, cocaine, crack, and heroin can also cause problems in the bedroom.

When a man is extremely tired, it can also make it harder to get up.

Kanani added that stress levels increase the adrenal hormone cortisol – which in turn suppresses sex hormones that crush libido and reduce sexual pleasure.

“Symptoms of sexual dysfunction could further increase stress levels, making it harder for travelers to relax, get excited and enjoy romantic relationships.

“Treatments like Viagra can help with erection problems; however, it can also create additional pressure, as users need to remember to take it 30-60 minutes before sexual activity.

“A safe and effective alternative is daily tadalafil which can be taken once a day and provides a continuous effect which has recently seen an increase in demand with a 157% increase in sales over the 30 days compared to the last year reported by the online pharmacy,” he said. said.

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