With the tourism industry continuously organizing space-travel opportunities, technology, and opportunities, people around the globe are becoming anxious as to when they can have their turn to experience an out of this world experience!
In consideration of NASA and the U.S. governments recent advertisements and opportunities to fly into space, occupy, or Live on Mars indefinitely for a large, unspecified amount of money or stipend has likewise increased the appeal to people of space travel including making it more affordable or even cost-free!
However, space travel, just like any other travel on earth takes some serious adjusting to your environment also known as adaption – and is not for everyone.
Read below to learn three major TIPS and pieces of advice before you decide to set off into space with or without an expected return!
- Using the bathroom is hard, but not impossible. Experts and conditioned astronauts note that while it takes some getting used to, using the bathroom to pass stool or urinate is anything but impossible. However, like many things in space, the process including internally can be much slower, and take some getting used to.
- Loving others, love-making, and romance So, it’s a question that most adults would likely have, not because its always on their mind, but more than likely because they are curious about the procreation process when abroad during space travel.
With that being said, the truth is, even cuddling can be difficult when in space or on a distant planet assuming zero to little gravity. Even the slightest movement or nudge could easily send your partner floating across the room and lead to them hurting themselves. As for procreation well, we recommend you ask a scientist personally if you must know. Just know, that nearly everything you can do on earth can more or less be done, or made possible with some slight variations in space.
3. Understanding diet restrictions, nutrition, and food consumption. There’s no easy way to tell you this, but the truth is eating in space is hardly anything like you’ve grown accustomed to here on earth. From dehydrated space food, to limited vegetables which you can grow on your spaceship while traveling or living abroad, along with a loss of sense of smell and alterations to your taste-buds this can be TOUGH transition!
There are other serious things to consider before flying or volunteering to live in space. Along with physical health, it’s critical to also consider or evaluate your mental health, history, susceptibility to illnesses, and of course any required medications you might take regularly as there are unfortunately no pharmacies available outside of planet earth!
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