(HealthDayNews) -- With airlines reigning in their budgets, more leg room for travelers is unlikely to be on a company's agenda soon, despite all the talk about economy class syndrome.
So to keep your blood flowing, especially during long airplane flights, the American Physical Therapy Association recommends you:
- Take a walk down the aisle every hour or so.
- Do in-seat exercises every half-hour, such as heel lifts, toe lifts and ankle rotations. Repeat each movement 10 times.