7 Travel Tips for CHD Adults

تاريخ التحديث: 20 أغسطس 2020



*Bonus if you're feeling energized:

Move around...more than usual.

Notice I didn't say "exercise" because that word has a lot of weight to it.

So, get up & move around daily, more than usual...doing what?

This list!


Run errands for #'s 1 & 3 while staying hydrated (#2).

Practice #4 before you get busy with #5 to give yourself a nice clean space for #6.

Reward: #7! 


By following your 7 tips for 7 days, your immune system will have the nutrients and energy it needs to fight...and best of all, if you do get sick? You come home to a clean house and have nothing to worry about but choosing where to order food! 


These are helpful tips, but do what will work for you!

Setting attainable goals will build confidence - and checking off lists

light up the reward center in our brain!


Whatever you choose to do to boost your immune system for Traveling, remember weather changes can shock your body and make it harder for your body to fight off any viruses you may catch along the way -- by following these 7 steps, your body will be prepared for any type of weather.


Check out our video to learn more about Weather and CHD!


Please make sure to visit CHD Legacy's Facebook page to share your comments and experiences on how the 7 Tips for & days: Travel Prep for CHD Adults helped you!






Stephanie Romer

HLHS, Fontan, 1985

Creator of CHD Legacy


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