You get motion sickness when there are conflicts among your senses. Say you’re on a ride at the fair, and it’s spinning you around and upside down. Your eyes see one thing, your muscles feel. People who get carsick, seasick or airsick are experiencing motion sickness. The condition causes cold sweats, nausea and vomiting. Women and children are more prone to motion sickness, but it can affect anyone. You can take steps while traveling to reduce your risk of getting sick.
Feb 12, · "Car sickness is a common issue where your sense of balance and equilibrium is thrown off by constant motion," health and wellness coach Caleb Backe, tells Bustle. "The central nervous system is in Author: Eva Taylor Grant. Jun 21, · Motion sickness is a very common disturbance of the inner ear. It is caused by repeated motion from a vehicle or any other movements that disturb the inner ear. Some people experience nausea and Author: Sy Kraft.
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