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About Motion sickness
Motion sickness is a queasiness that occurs in many people while traveling by car, train, plane, or boat. This dizziness is the result of your brain struggling to make sense of sensory information that your eyes, inner ear, and body are providing.
- Nausea and vomiting
- Cold sweats
According to the Cleveland Clinic, one out of three people will experience motion sickness at some point in their lives. Anyone may experience a bout of motion sickness but is most common among children, pregnant women, or as the result of certain medications. Symptoms will usually get better as the motion stops, but there are also several ways to prevent and treat motion sickness.