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Will betahistine dihydrchloride help seasickness?

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Dr. John Fung
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In brief: Possibly

In one published study, betahistine dihydrochloride was tested in 10 patients with a history of motion sickness.
The use of this drug was found to significantly improve the tolerance of treated patients to a defined scenario of motion sickness (matsnev et al: efficacy of histaminergic drugs in experimental motion sickness. Journal of vestibular research, 2007, volume 17, pages 313-321).

In brief: Possibly

In one published study, betahistine dihydrochloride was tested in 10 patients with a history of motion sickness.
The use of this drug was found to significantly improve the tolerance of treated patients to a defined scenario of motion sickness (matsnev et al: efficacy of histaminergic drugs in experimental motion sickness. Journal of vestibular research, 2007, volume 17, pages 313-321).
Dr. John Fung
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