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“Travel can be exhilarating and fun, but also, by nature, uprooting,” says Tara Russell, a San Francisco-based life and sabbatical coach. Try these tips and products to keep yourself in physical and emotional balance on your next trip.Fresh EatsSkip the greasy airport pub and track down the healthiest salads and freshest juices on the concourse with GateGuru. The free app (gateguruapp.com) offers up-to-date restaurant listings for every major airport, along with travelers’ reviews.Quiet ContemplationMost major airports have a quiet room for meditation or prayer. Seek out a chapel or reflection room for a moment of hushed tranquility. Or stretch your body and mind with some layover yoga; San Francisco International Airport opened the first airport yoga room in 2012.RetreatInstead of looking longingly at those premier passenger lounges with their warm showers and plentiful snacks, you can buy a day pass for as little as $23 from loungepass.com.Tea TimeBrew your favorite teas on the go with Cold Infusions loose-leaf tea packs and Steepware’s Steep & Go bottle-top filter (both available from theteaspot. …

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