Motion sickness

jack_c

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Anyone got any good advise for a motion sickness sufferer?

We are going to Euro Disney next week as a family and as much as I enjoy roller coasters I suffer from motion sickness which really takes the shine off it.

It's bad enough that I can't do go karting without getting unwell.

Tia
 
You sound much worse than I get it but ginger is meant to help. There are ginger pills available to help with motion sickness but I haven't tried them.
I find looking forward is enough for me in a vehicle now most of the time but I darent go on a boat :nailbiting::yuck:
Fine on a plane though oddly :scratchhead:
 
Anyone got any good advise for a motion sickness sufferer?

We are going to Euro Disney next week as a family and as much as I enjoy roller coasters I suffer from motion sickness which really takes the shine off it.

It's bad enough that I can't do go karting without getting unwell.

Tia
When I was a kid we took Avomine tablets. They worked for car sickness.
 

robandles

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Location
ayrshire
I use the bands that go round your wrists with the wee pressure pads.
They work nearly 100%.

It’s the bloomin tilting trains that kill me. Boak.
 

Jerry

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Mixed Farmer
Location
Devon
I use the bands that go round your wrists with the wee pressure pads.
They work nearly 100%.

It’s the bloomin tilting trains that kill me. Boak.
They are excellent. And couple them with stugeron tablets though they can make you drowsy.
 

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