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Motion Sickness Facts and Information

  1. Motion Eaze for motion sickness can help prevent the unpleasant symptoms of travel sickness.

  2. If you feel nauseous and about to succumb, please avoid the entry and exit areas of the boat. Hang your head over the gunwales and avoid "chumming" in areas other divers must use.

  3. To relieve motion sickness or sea sickness always sit in the front of a vehicle and look out the front window only.

  4. Motion sickness, sea sickness and altitude sickness fact: according to a recent survey, 40% of adult travelers and 50% of children 2-12 experienced motion sickness during travel.

  5. SEA Bands come with two fabric bands. A convenient reusable plastic pouch is included. One size fits all.

  6. Motion sickness or seasickness is usually just a minor annoyance and does not signify any serious medical illness, but some travelers are incapacitated by it, and a few even suffer symptoms for a few days after the trip.

  7. Motion sickness, sea sickness and altitude sickness fact: according to a recent survey, 40% of adult travelers and 50% of children 2-12 experienced motion sickness during travel.

  8. To reduce the effect of motion sickness, sea sickness or altitude sickness avoids alcohol and caffeine. If you have respiratory problems, eliminate foods that produce inflammation and mucus, such as dairy products, fruit, and sugar. Ginger sliced and chewed may prevent the onset of motion sickness. Encapsulated ginger, crystallized ginger, or ginger snaps may also help. Ginger has been shown to be more effective than antihistamines if taken one hour before traveling. Sips of lemon water may help relieve nausea during an episode.

  9. Air sickness is more problematic for motion sickness, however. An outside view doesn't necessarily help in aviation, because flight constantly presents sensory conflicts. During a coordinated turn, for example, our eyes show a tilted horizon while our vestibular sense says we're perfectly upright. Uncoordinated maneuvers and turbulence provide even more complex conflicts. In a cloud, we may receive all sorts of vestibular sensations while our eyes report a featureless, horizon less void.

  10. Motion Sickness is a syndrome that occurs in some people when they travel in a vehicle such as an automobile, airplane, or ship. Its symptoms include nausea, dizziness, vomiting, drowsiness, pallor, and sweating. Why some people experience motion sickness and others don't, is uncertain.

 

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