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Motion sickness

Updated: 2017-06-13


Travel by car, air or boat all can cause motion sickness. Motion sickness usually quiets down when the motion stops.


Symptoms include fatigue, uneasiness, dizziness, and vomiting.


Focusing the eyes on objects straight ahead may help. Avoid greasy foods, overeating, alcohol, and smoking before travel. Oral or patch medications can prevent or treat symptoms.