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Is it possible to adapt to air motion sickness, can you get better with more flights?

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Dr. Joyce Vrabec
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Motion sickness

It is possible to get used to these symptoms, "mind over matter", the best way is to try and distract yourself.
However some people are just sensitive to motion changes and there are many mild medications to help with these symptoms, both prescription and otc.

In brief: Motion sickness

It is possible to get used to these symptoms, "mind over matter", the best way is to try and distract yourself.
However some people are just sensitive to motion changes and there are many mild medications to help with these symptoms, both prescription and otc.
Dr. Joyce Vrabec
Dr. Joyce Vrabec
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Dr. Harold Peltan
Ophthalmology

In brief: Yes

Many pilots have reported getting better. Sailors adapt while at sea.
Patients are often treated for forms of motion sickness by repeating the motions that make them sick every day until it stops.

In brief: Yes

Many pilots have reported getting better. Sailors adapt while at sea.
Patients are often treated for forms of motion sickness by repeating the motions that make them sick every day until it stops.
Dr. Harold Peltan
Dr. Harold Peltan
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