1. Ensure adequate sleep. Adequate sleep is the best way to recuperate, restore physical strength, reduce and eliminate fatigue. Therefore, cardholders should ensure adequate sleep, especially before long-distance driving, stay up late as much as possible, reduce recreational activities, ensure sleep time, and improve sleep quality. Pay special attention to driving outside, and do not give up sleep because of hurry.
2. To keep good eating habits. Traveling out of the car often eats up and down, and can reserve some surplus food before driving, such as biscuits, bread, instant noodles, etc. Don’t drink or drive. After a meal, most of the card friends are easily sleepy. You don’t need to drive immediately, take a rest and go on the road.
3. Arrange your driving time reasonably, especially driving at night, you can drive for a few hours, find an appropriate parking area and stop to rest. Get off the car and do some simple exercises. Stretch your arms and kick your legs to help reduce limb fatigue. You can turn on the radio and listen to cheerful music when necessary.
4. Strengthen exercise appropriately. In winter, you can open the window without blowing the air conditioner all the time, let the cold wind blow, and breathe the fresh air. Usually pay attention to physical fitness exercises, and actively participate in some meaningful sports activities, such as brisk walking, running, and playing ball. Only a good physical quality can effectively prevent fatigue.