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If you are prone to motion sickness, Road trips can be hell on the stomach. And if it’s your children who have problemsyou will spend a good part of the trip thinking that you are Really It needs to be pulled. HHere are a few tips on what to do when that wave of nausea starts to roll in.

Look at the windshield

When I was a kid, my parents always told me to look out the window, but that always made carsickness worse. It’s much better to look in the front mirrorThe way he feels is the same as you. watch out Move yourself. That’s it. Why is car sickness often worse in the back seat? Children should not sit in the front seat until they are 13 or older, but sometimes you can adjust the seat arrangement so that a child with a car accident has a better view of the front. If this is not possible, the next best thing is to close their eyes.

If you’re an adult prone to motion sickness, try sitting on a gun. Or, better yet, be willing to drive.

Get fresh air

Cold air can help relieve some of the worst feelings associated with car sickness. Scientists don’t fully understand why, but we do When we feel nauseous, our bodies actually try to cool us down.. That’s why we sometimes feel hot and flushed and sweaty. The cold wind directed towards your face will help you feel more comfortable, so it may be a good time to open the window or use the air conditioner.

Distract yourself

The symptoms of nausea are physical, but they are controlled by our brain. After all, we’re not getting poisoned and we’re not constipated (well, hopefully). Listening to music can distract us from conflicting senses of sight and movement. Playing games, too—but not video games or crossword puzzles you should be looking at. Now is a good time to look in the front mirror and start a game of twenty questions or the poem “My name is Alice…” – whatever your age.

Plan for the worst

Being sick in a car (or worse, public transportation) is many levels of suffering. You feel nervous, but you probably won’t stop anytime soon, and what happens if you do do throw up? If you know you (or your child) are prone to motion sickness, be sure to pack a bag or container they can fit in. Sometimes, just knowing is enough to keep you from wanting it.

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