live Life In Full Motion

June 16, 2016

Flying Is Fun!

Your friends are going to the Bahamas for a long weekend and you want to go, too.

But, there’s a teeny problem. You get airsick as soon as a plane starts to move!

There are steps you can take to calm your nausea, and with any luck at all, avoid the barf bag.

Don’t drink alcohol the day before or during your flight. Do drink lots of water—staying hydrated is important.

Eat small, light meals throughout the day. Nothing greasy or spicy, and no big meals.

It helps to sit in a window seat and keep your gaze on the horizon. When you do that, then what your body feels and what you’re seeing are in sync. It’s when they don’t match up that nausea comes calling.

Many people claim the seats over the wings are the least bouncy. If you can choose your seat, try the window seat over a wing.

Finally, Reliefband is made to stop the nausea and vomiting associated with motion sickness. And bonus, no drugs! Just slip it on your wrist about 20 minutes before boarding, and keep it on.

If you follow these steps, you should arrive happy and feeling great. Now, go have fun!




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