Reduce Flying Stress Using HEADS

Reduce flying stress, use HEADS

Flying is often a person’s greatest fear. With the recent Air France crash in Toronto, Canada, some flying stress may be at an all-time high. However, Mark McGregor, who is a stress management trainer and consultant, believes that we should use our HEADS (Humour, Exercise, Avoid, Delegate, Seek) when managing our flying stress. The experienced air passenger and two-time heart attack and arrhythmia survivor offers some air-travel stress-relief advice:

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