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MOTION SICKNESS

Motion sickness is a condition that occurs when motion causes conflicting signals to be sent from the eyes, the vestibular apparatus of the ears and the sensory nerves to the brain resulting in a sense of vertigo or equilibrium loss. Places where motion sickness commonly occurs are a swing, boat, car, elevator, or train.

Some common factors that contribute to the occurrence of motion sickness include overeating, poor genetics, poor ventilation, traveling immediately after eating and anxiety. An attack of motion sickness can often be preceded by a susceptibility to things such as offensive odors, sounds or sights.

Motion sickness occurs more in women than it does men and it rarely occurs in the elderly and children under two years of age.

Symptoms that may occur during motion sickness can range from severe headache to queasiness and vomiting. Cold sweats, fatigue, loss of appetite, sleepiness, weakness, severe distress and in some cases, difficulty breathing may also occur. With a severe attack, a feeling of complete loss of balance may occur.

Motion sickness usually subsides when the stimulus is removed but it can persist for hours or days. In cases where the condition is experienced for a prolonged amount of time, low blood pressure, depression or dehydration may occur. It can also cause an existing illness to become worse.

Motion sickness has been treated with great success using alternative therapies for years. The key is to effectively prevent it as preventing it is easier than curing it.

The steps outlined below can help prevent and provide relief from motion sickness safely & naturally:

To avoid motion sickness while flying, be sure to book a seat on the wing of the plane.

When traveling by ship, book a room in the middle of the ship and get fresh air whenever possible.

Try to keep the head as still as possible by pressing it into the headrest.

Sit still and breathe deeply. Try to stay cool, if possible. Avoid reading or watching TV and videos when traveling by car.

Never eat or drink alcoholic beverages before or during travel.

When taking extended trips, avoid large meals but instead eat and drink small amounts of food and beverage. Sip green or ginger tea with fresh lemon while traveling on long trips.

Try using a drop of peppermint oil on the tongue or take in lozenge form. This provides effective relief from nausea and motion sickness.

Whole-grain crackers can help ward off nausea.

Avoid consumption of fried, fatty, spicy, sugary, salty and processed foods.

Odors and aromas that may cause nausea should be avoided.

The following herbs and supplements can also be helpful:

Charcoal Tablets (take as directed on label) - Natural detoxifier.

Ginger - Prevents nausea and upset stomach. Studies have shown it to work more effectively than Dramamine and without the side effects. Take 1,000 milligrams one hour prior to traveling and every three hours thereafter.

Magnesium (500 mg 1 hour prior to traveling) - Acts as a nerve tonic.

Vitamin B6 (take as directed on label) - Relieves nausea.

Black Horehound - Can reduce nausea.

Butcher Broom, Kudzu and Motherwort - Help relieve vertigo.

Peppermint Tea - Sooths and calms the stomach.

 

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