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:
 

Pond digger

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East Yorkshire
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.
 

Jerry

Member
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.
 

Dman2

Member
Location
Durham, UK
I used to suffer motion sickness
Started to learn to fly a microlight earlier in the year, not a kitie thing just a small lightweight plane
Being light they do bob around a bit in thermals
First lesson, thought no not for me, felt terrible
Instructor said give it another go you will be fine
Next lesson spent almost all the lesson actually flying the plane, did`nt have time to think about sickness
since then not been a problem at all
 

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