Motion sickness is scientifically called motion sickness or naupathia.
Sudden changes in direction, certain smells or even the shifting of the horizon are responsible for the appearance of symptoms. The most common symptoms are feeling unwell accompanied by nausea and / or vomiting. Women are more prone to this disease, especially during pregnancy or menstruation.
This evil appears due to a conflict between visual information, positional information, and that of the inner ear. The information received from these organs by the brain is contradictory, which creates this imbalance.
There really isn't a one-size-fits-all way to avoid motion sickness. Everyone will have to find the method that suits them the most.
You can thus:
- smell essential oils which can rebalance the nervous system.
- avoid any activity requiring too much concentration (reading, film ...).
- avoid odors, noise, strong light.
- try homeopathy (Cocculin remedy for example).
If symptoms persist, see a doctor who can help you better.