Re: Flying with Sjogrens
I am not an expert on any of these, but I do have some challenges flying long distances. The dryness in airplanes wreaks havoc on my system (eyes, nose, ears, skin, mouth, you name it, even my fingernails crack). I try to keep everything as hydrated as possible. I also seem to have more problems with the pressure in my ears. I never used to have to worry about my ears popping, but for whatever reason, they sure get painful now. I wouldn't call any of this 'unbearable' but again, I try not to fly more than a few hours in a leg.
And yes, I have tried cranial sacral and found the increased flow of fluid to be beneficial. Not so much from a dryness perspective per se, but from a revitalization and movement perspective... almost like new cells are being activated if that makes any sense. I have not tried (or heard of actually) ozone therapy. What is that suppose to do and where do you get it? I would be interested in knowing more!