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Top benefits of travelling

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Why do people travel 
The answer is simple: we love it!

We enjoy the slow and peaceful breakfasts, the long walks, the new experiences, places, people and memories. They make us feel happy we are alive. No wonder! Travelling seems to combine most of the habits of healthy people.

What are the advantages of travelling? Why is travelling important?



Scientists have proven that travelling is good for both your body and your mind! Perhaps this is why we love it. Because we feel that a few minutes in the sun raise our vitamin D levels and improve our mood. Vitamin D has its health benefits too - it is good for our hearts.

The importance of travel ranges from lower chances of heart disease to relieving stress and anxiety. On top of the health benefits, travel can also enhance your creativity, your sense of happiness and satisfaction.

If you still need additional excuses/ reasons for why you should travel, read on to find out more about the main benefits of travelling the world!



1. Traveling Improves Your Health
From cutting down on stress, to lowering your chances of developing a heart disease, the health benefits of traveling are huge. You may stay sitting on a chair all day long at the workplace: including some walking to your trip is sure to make your body feel better. For some people, wandering abroad is even a cure for depression and anxiety. Of course, it's not a foolproof cure, but it might help you feel better, both physically and psychologically.

Traveling more is likely to have a tremendous impact on your mental well-being, especially if you're no used to going out of your comfort zone. Trust me: travel more and your doctor will be happy. Be sure to get in touch with your physician, they might recommend some medication to accompany you in your travels, especially if you're heading to regions of the globe with potentially dangerous diseases.

2) Benefits of travelling – It teaches you about your homeland
If you travel, you will not only learn about foreign cultures, but about your own as well. You will notice the cultural differences, and will find out what makes your culture unique. After retrurning from a long journey, you will see your country with new eyes.



3) Benefits of travelling – It teaches you about yourself
You can learn a lot about yourself through travelling. You can observe how you feel beeing far from your country. You will find out how you feel about your homeland. You will realise how you really feel about foreign people. You will find out how much you know/do not know about the world. You will be able to observe how you react in completely new situations. You will test your language, orientational and social skills. You will not be the same person after returning home.

What is forex trading?
Forex, or foreign exchange, can be explained as a network of buyers and sellers, who transfer currency between each other at an agreed price. It is the means by which individuals, companies and central banks convert one currency into another – if you have ever travelled abroad, then it is likely you have made a forex transaction.

While a lot of foreign exchange is done for practical purposes, the vast majority of currency conversion is undertaken with the aim of earning a profit. The amount of currency converted every day can make price movements of some currencies extremely volatile. It is this volatility that can make forex so attractive to traders: bringing about a greater chance of high profits, while also increasing the risk.

Let’s look at how that works with an example where you live in the USA and plan to go to Europe on holiday for a month in July. You will need to buy euros with your US dollars and the amount of euros you can get in exchange will depend on the exchange rate at the time of your transaction.

July

To buy €1,000

With exchange rate of EUR/USD 1.20

You will need US$1,200
Now, when you come back from your trip, any euro you have left you may want to exchange back for dollars. For simplicity, let’s assume you didn’t need to use your cash and are looking to exchange the exact amount back. The exchange rate may have shifted even by a few cents so the amount of dollars you get back will be different to what you had sold it the previous month.

August

To sell €1,000

With exchange rate of EUR/USD 1.10

You will get back US$1,100
The exchange rate of 1.20 means that for every 1 euro you buy it will cost you 1.20 US dollars. So in this example, since the exchange rate dropped from 1.20 to 1.10 (down 10 cents), you will lose 10 cents in every dollar.
*Note, all figures are fictional for illustrative purposes. This example does not take into account the spread (fee) you would pay the bank for the transaction
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