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February 15, 2017, 12:25
What to do if you feel sick during a trip and every trip turns into torture? Many people have this problem. However, the discomfort associated with being in a moving vehicle can be overcome or at least reduced.
- First of all, before the trip you need to get a good night’s sleep. Sleepiness, weakness and fatigue are the enemies of the vestibular apparatus.
- Going on a trip, eat a hearty meal, but do not overeat — otherwise the appearance of nausea is guaranteed to you. On the eve and on the day of the trip, it is better to stop drinking alcohol — it also weakens the vestibular apparatus.
- Stuffiness and high temperatures in the cabin increase motion sickness, so choose the appropriate clothing to feel comfortable. If there are stops during the trip, be sure to go out for some fresh air. Drink plenty of fluids, preferably plain water.
- A wonderful remedy for motion sickness is ginger or lemon. A gingerbread cookie or a slice of lemon will help reduce discomfort. Any lollipops will also help, the main thing is that they be “sour”.
- Music is a great way to distract yourself from unpleasant thoughts and feelings — take headphones with you on a trip. But playing games on your phone or reading from a tablet will not help you cope with motion sickness — fixing your gaze on a close point against the background of shaking will only increase discomfort. While the bus is moving, it is better to look into the distance. Better yet, close your eyes and take a nap.
The opinion of the editors may not coincide with the opinion of the author of the article.