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Do you have Car Sickness? Cure them with these tips

If you're one of those people who tends to avoid car rides for a solid reason, then you have car sickness. It's never fun for someone who has car sickness. They usually end up sitting out a road trip. It is definitely curable if you follow these simple tips and you can get to enjoy the joy of sitting in the car for a long journey ahead.

WHAT CAUSES CAR Sickness?

To know if you have or have had experienced car sickness, look out for these symptoms:

  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Exhaustion
  • Sometimes sweating

These symptoms are connected with Car sickness. This sickness occurs to the information sent by the eyes and ears. When the mixed signal is received by a person, the event of car sickness takes place. Of course, you can always find a way to avoid road trips or get cured and enjoy the ride.


TIP 1

Proper Ventilation 

Rolling down the window will make everything better. If the inside of the car is cold, let the air from the outside to circulate inside the car. If it's too hot inside the car, let the cool air from the outside to enter. Getting the air from the outside to come towards you will help with car sickness.


TIP 2 

Take a Nap

Sleeping actually helps as this will shut down the eyes and ears for a while. Car sickness occurs when ears and eyes send mixed signals. To this, shutting them out will let you temporarily hold the car sickness. If you are not able to fall asleep, just get a comfortable pillow to rest your head and close your eyes.


TIP 3

  

Go For The Front Seat

Basically this will straighten up your sensory. Sitting at the back will not allow you to see the road ahead which is very crucial in preventing car sickness. Your brain will still assume that you are not in motion while your ears hear the sound. When you are taking the front seat, you get to see the road moving and there will be no mismatched signal that is sent out. Just make sure you get to negotiate to get the front seat.


[via Car From Japan]




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