8 Things You Should Never Do on an Aeroplane, According to Physicians

Lindsey Metrus

If we had to make our own list of things that should never be done on an aeroplane, we'd list not kicking the seat in front of you, being mindful not to hog the arm rests, and, in the name of all that is holy, putting earbuds in if you're watching something on your phone or tablet at the top. But a physician's list might look a bit different, at least as it pertains to your health. Yes, an intrusive seatmate is the pits and a major damper on your mental health, but for your overall physicality, there are several actions you can take to ensure you're staying healthy considering the amount of time you spend seated and the low cabin air pressure. Below, we've rounded up the most important things physicians want you to stop doing when you're airborne.

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