05 May 2014

How to avoid vomiting and nausea sensation while travelling

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A lot of people suffer vomiting and nausea sensation while travelling. Those people not only create inconvenience to themselves but to fellow travellers as well. It is true that one likes to vomit during travelling. There are some proven tips which are helpful for people with the problem of motion sickness. If you consider those tips, you can avoid vomiting and nausea and make your journey fun and enjoyable.

  • When you plan for long journeys, try to have a light meal before embarking on the travel. Always avoid foods that are more oily and spicy.
  • If you are travelling with children, do not feed them milk. Besides, feed something at least two hours before starting the journey. Keep some biscuits or sweets so that you can give them if it is necessary. Make children involve in chatting or some games in order to avoid the chances of feeling nausea or vomiting.
  • Do not carry anything with harsh smell. Try to avoid the use of sprays or perfumes if you are travelling with people who have the tendency to vomit while travelling.
  • If you are travelling by a car, try to sit at the front seat but if you are travelling by bus or boat, then remember to choose a middle seat. It is wise to select a seat which provides least motion.
  • Do not allow children to sit facing backwards from the direction of travel as it may cause vomiting and nausea. Always remember to focus your view straight in front of the road.
  • If you are prone to vomiting and motion sickness, then avoid reading during journeys.
  • Open a source of fresh air or vent and take deep breath whenever you have the vomiting tendency or nausea feeling. It is better to stop travelling for a while until you get a normal feeling.
  • If the route of your journey involves curvy or winding roads, then it is better focus straight and avoids watching sights on the sides. Close your eyes and lie down for some time if you feel discomfort.
  • A good night sleep is effective before starting the journey. It is also good to sleep for some time for long journeys.
  • Do not try to stop vomiting if it is inevitable as you may feel better after that. Take some water and toffee immediately after vomiting.
  • If you find all the above tips are not helping, consult a physician before your next journey and take medicines as he prescribed.

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