Motion sickness, as the disease is also known, can cause symptoms such as dizziness , pallor, malaise, nausea, excessive sweating and loss of balance. The problem usually affects women and children aged 2 to 12 years.
The brain usually gets into conflict when trying to process the various sound and visual stimuli received at once, a fact that can trigger several unpleasant symptoms.
Some medications can be used to mitigate the implications of this disease, such as Dramin¹ or Buscopan² . However, the most advisable is to seek medical attention.
- Avoid smoking and drinking alcohol or stimulants;
- Avoid reading in vehicles that are moving;
- Take short breaks while traveling;
- Make the place more ventilated;
- Try to lie down or keep your eyes closed;
- Do not eat too much before you travel.
Dramin¹: is used both for pregnancy and for people with motion sickness.
Buscopan²: antispasmodic used to relieve abdominal pain and discomfort.
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