Can be challenge. Motion intolerance is due to sensory conflicts. These conflicts arise with the information from the eyes does not agree with information from the inner ear. Dizziness results when the brain cannot resolve this conflict. Best way to manage this is via avoidance and recognition of the sensory conflict. With repeated exposure this conflict can be controlled. If not, medications may be needed.
Dramamine (dimenhydrinate) Dramamine (dimenhydrinate) patches worn behind the ear are a common remedy, especially for the occasional traveler. Some people overcome motion sickness by a daily regimen of exposure to the type of movements that cause the sickness. Pilots and roller coaster attendants often use this method. If you have motion sickness while traveling, look off to the horizon as much as possible or go to sleep.
Motion Sickness. Acupressure, acupuncture ; sea-bands can be used for motion sickness. Ginger ; peppermint tea are also natural approaches to motion sickness. Dramamine can be taken orally or scopolamine can be used as a patch. Zofran ; Phenergan (promethazine) as sometimes prescribed for the nausea that can occur with motion sickness. Read more...