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Pre-Motion Motion Sickness. Whaaat?

Posted by David Lachowicz on

Do you feel nauseous just thinking about riding in the backseat of the car?

What about when you picture yourself standing on the deck of a boat on a rolling sea?

Don’t worry, that feeling is not uncommon!

If you have experienced motion sickness as a passenger in a car, or when you’ve been out on a boat, then you almost certainly have a memory of it.

It’s the memory of the motion sickness that causes what’s called “anticipatory nausea and vomiting.” All before you even get into a car or step onto a boat.

In other words, you get motion sickness before there’s any motion.

You can prevent this anticipatory nausea and vomiting in the same way that you do motion sickness:

  • Keep your eyes on the horizon
  • Allow fresh, cool air to gently blow in your face
  • Don’t read or watch a screen
  • Eat small, frequent meals, but nothing greasy
  • Stay hydrated
  • Wear a Reliefband to stop symptoms before they start

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