Our expert says:
It can do - it's more the recirculation of air than the pressure, in my experience and information. The problem is you're in a contained cabin for 10, 11 hours, and so you're exposed to the same air. It's also air-conditioned, which affects some people. So sports teams, for example, sometimes carry humidifiers, because the air is dry and cool, which can affect the breathing.
you might want to just cover your mouth and nose, improvise a 'humidifier" of your own by breathing through material (a scarf, for example) if you can.
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