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What are the symptoms of seasickness and what is the best way to address them?
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Dr. Bernstein Joel
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
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In brief: Sensitive inner ear
Seasickness is the result of a very sensitive inner ear balance mechanism. This is known as the vestibular labyrinth.
Usually the feeling of vertigo or the room spinning when you are in motion (as in a car or on a boat) is the result of a very sensitive inner ear and is usually congenital. There are symptomatic remedies such as antihistamines (meclizine) or a scopolamine patch (vagus inhibitor).

In brief: Sensitive inner ear
Seasickness is the result of a very sensitive inner ear balance mechanism. This is known as the vestibular labyrinth.
Usually the feeling of vertigo or the room spinning when you are in motion (as in a car or on a boat) is the result of a very sensitive inner ear and is usually congenital. There are symptomatic remedies such as antihistamines (meclizine) or a scopolamine patch (vagus inhibitor).
Dr. Bernstein Joel
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