Best Nausea Relief Travel Items for your Next Flight

Perfect Packing List for Your Carry On Luggage: Including How to Stop Nausea

Do you have a family vacation planned this summer? Well you definitely don’t want to forget these travel products in your carry on! Plus be sure you know how to stop nausea on the plane! Read to learn all about what to pack in your carry on and find the complete packing list at the end!

First of all, what is the carry on luggage size?

Unfortunately, there is NO standard carry on luggage size that all airlines comply to. However, I think I can speak for most people when I say that the size for carry on luggage is fairly small, especially when you have to pack for all the best vacation spots you plan on going to!

Generally, airlines say that your bag cannot be larger than 9 x 14 x 22 inches (22 x 35 x 56 cm). However, a few airlines allow bigger carry on suitcases that can be up to 10 x 16 x 24 inches (25 x 40 x 61 cm). Although you may have to go hunt for a tape measure, check the dimensions of your carry on. You do not want to be stopped by TSA and have to go check your bag and get back in the security line! You could be late for your flight, miss your flight or just be stressed, and NO ONE wants that. Plus, the faster you get through security the more time you have to read that magazine or grab a drink or a bite to eat.

Another important thing to check is whether your airline allows a carry on and a personal item or just one of them. So, what is the difference between a personal item and a carry on? Carry on suitcases must fit in the overhead bin and are generally larger than your personal item. They are typically smaller suitcases or duffel bags. Personal items must fit under the seat in front of you and are generally smaller than your carry on suitcase. Personal items may be things like purses, briefcases or small backpacks. 

What travel items should I pack in my carry on luggage?

It can be hard to decide what to bring on the plane and what to put in your checked bag. Luckily after traveling within the US and internationally, I think I’ve narrowed it down to the perfect list.

The Basics

First, remember that even though no one wants it to happen, both travelers and airlines alike, checked luggage can be lost or delayed. Although this might be an issue initially, if you pack your carry on away, this problem won’t seem as bad. Your carry on suitcase should be packed like a miniature suitcase of your checked bag. You should have one or 2 sets of clothes, your most essential toiletries, and maybe a swimsuit/light jacket depending on your travel destination.

The Important Stuff

Also, boarding passes, tickets, any IDs, reservation confirmations or important paperwork should be on you at all times. I actually like having my IDs and plane tickets in a small fanny pack around my waist to keep them accessible. Furthermore, any medication you might need is critical to pack in your carry on. This includes insulin, Epi-Pens and any other medication that needs to be taken regularly. 

Snacks & Water

And you definitely don’t want to forget my favorites, snacks and water! While many airlines serve you drinks and a bag of peanuts or pretzels if you’re lucky, it’s always nice to have some accessible before you get on the plane. But, wait, how do you get water through security? The answer is you don’t. To avoid having to pay astronomically high prices for bottled water at the airport, I bring an empty water bottle and then fill it up at a water fountain after I get through security.

Regarding snacks, my favorite is gum, but trail mix is also a great choice to keep that energy up while you’re traveling! If you’re worried about motion sickness on the plane, I would highly recommend apples, apple juice and crackers for snacks. The fiber and starch will provide nausea relief and even prevent nausea during your flight.

Best Nausea Relief!

Finally, (don’t worry I saved the best for last), I always make sure to have my NoMo Nausea bands with me when I fly. Although I don’t usually get motion sickness, I have been on flights that have been a little turbulent and NoMo Nausea bands definitely made those flights better! Since they are a wristband, I don’t have to worry about having food or water when I want nausea relief. Instead, I can just take them out of the package and slip them on my wrist!

What’s even better is that they start working INSTANTLY! The peppermint aromatherapy distracts me and provides the perfect nausea remedy in as little as 30 seconds. This is perfect for me because as soon as I feel the turbulence I can slip them on and feel fine immediately. They are also perfect to wear the whole plane ride if you have motion sickness because they last for two weeks out of the bag! They last longer than that too if you remember to put them back in the bag when you’re not using them. I never liked taking pills because I'd to have water and they took so long to work, but with NoMo Nausea bands, I know I’ll have instant nausea relief. Plus I love how you can shop NoMo Nausea bands on Amazon or directly from nomonausea.com 

Now, here’s the Carry On Luggage Packing List:

  • 1-2 sets of clothes
  • Essential Toiletries (remember: NO liquids more than 3oz)
  • Swimsuit/Light Jacket (whatever clothes the climate calls for)
  • Important Documents
    • IDs
    • Tickets
    • Boarding Passes
    • Reservation Confirmations
  • Necessary Medication
  • Snacks
    • Gum (my fav!)
    • Trail Mix (great for energy!)
    • Apples and crackers (great for motion sickness relief!)
  • Water
    • Don’t forget an empty water bottle!
  • NoMo Nausea Bands (Buy them on Amazon or click Shop Now below!)
  • Remember: Measure your carry on luggage!

Now that you know how to pack your carry on with all these travel products, your next family vacation will be better than ever! And even if there’s a mishap with your luggage, you have clothes, or the flight’s a little turbulent, you have the best nausea cure: NoMo Nausea Bands and most importantly, you will get to relax on your next vacation!

 

June 04, 2018 by Maya Glander
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