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Motion Sickness Medicine

Posted By Murray Susser, MD, Thursday, March 19, 2015
Motion sickness occurs in certain people when they travel, especially in a cars, trains, airplanes and boats. It’s symptoms include queasy and/or dizzy feelings and cold sweats. It also can lead to nausea and vomiting.

Motion sickness is different from Vertigo, which is often caused by an inner ear problem. Vertigo is a sensation of spinning, as if the room you are in is moving around you.  Motion Sickness, unlike Vertigo, is dependent on the person traveling, as in a car. READ MORE

Tags:  arthritis  Calcium  inner ear  magnesium  medicine  motion sickness  vertigo  Vitamin C 

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