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Here’s How To Avoid Becoming One Of These 5 Cranky Airline Passengers

What’s worse than feeling constipated? Feeling constipated at 30,000 feet for 14 hours. But much like how you snake around luggage-fumbling fellow passengers who crowd the aisle during boarding, you can outmaneuver the most common self-inflicted afflictions of the international air traveler, bloating included. We’ve teamed up with United Polaris to gather the science on why you don’t feel so hot in the air, as well as what you can do to mitigate discomfort.
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