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Why do people with motion sickness throw up?
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Dr. Matthew Goren
Ophthalmology
In brief: Vagus nerve
Is one of the cranial nerves which is affected by motion sickness.
It is what causes that nauseous sensation.

In brief: Vagus nerve
Is one of the cranial nerves which is affected by motion sickness.
It is what causes that nauseous sensation.
Dr. Matthew Goren
Dr. Matthew Goren
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In brief: Autonomic n s
Vertigo is one of the many conditions that causes imbalance of autonomic nervous system function.
As a result parasympathetic function through vagus nerve increases giving fist to contraction of stomach muscle and vomiting. Blood pressure, heart rate can change too.

In brief: Autonomic n s
Vertigo is one of the many conditions that causes imbalance of autonomic nervous system function.
As a result parasympathetic function through vagus nerve increases giving fist to contraction of stomach muscle and vomiting. Blood pressure, heart rate can change too.
Dr. Nalinaksha Joshi
Dr. Nalinaksha Joshi
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