How to Avoid Motion Sickness

For some, a trip can be a harrowing experience thanks to motion sickness. The good news is that there are many things that you can do to minimize or eliminate symptoms. For instance, you could try to take a nap to help get acclimated to the fact that you are constantly moving.

It is also a good idea to eat about 30 to 60 minutes before you travel. In some cases, it can help to ease symptoms of motion sickness such as nausea. In the event that you do vomit, it can be less painful to do so on a full stomach.

The best way to avoid motion sickness is to avoid modes of travel that exacerbate your symptoms. For instance, if you feel queasy while on a bus, try taking a train instead. If you get sick on a boat, stick to dry land.



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