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September 17, 2015

Motion Sickness Is Not Fun

Motion sickness is the sweaty, clammy, dizzy, feeling you get when what you see doesn’t match up with what your inner ear is sensing. Those uncomfortable feelings are sometimes followed by nausea and vomiting.

People prone to motion sickness do not like riding on boats or trains, or in planes or cars. And they don’t like amusement park rides.

Pretty much anything that moves while they’re on it can be a problem.

Some people who suffer from motion sickness even get queasy on an escalator.

If you’re too familiar with these symptoms, you should wear a ReliefBand next time you venture forth. Bet you’ll be happy when your motion sickness is a no-show!

 

Image courtesy of flickr/gvgoebel




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