Motion Sickness

What is motion sickness?
Some people get dizzy and vomit in cars, planes or ships. 

This is an annoying feeling, there is not an underlying disease. Passengers feel very bad in this condition, this feeling can continue even a few days after travel. 

What can you do?
1-Try to see the direction of the movement in cars. Sit in front of the car and look ahead , in ship stay outside and look at the horizon, in plane sit beside the window and look outside In planes sit on the wing where the motion is relatively less.
2-Do not sit on the opposite direction of the action if you have motion sickness.
3-Do not look at the motion sickness patient and do not talk to him/her.
4-Avoid heavy foods before travel.
5-Take the drugs that are prescribed by your doctor before journey. 

Do not forget: Most motion sickness cases are mild and can be treated with drugs easily. Severe cases should seek for medical help from ent doctors.

My persistent symptoms 31 May, 2013 - 12:14

I am writing to you from St. John's, Newfoundland (Canada). I have a sinus problem started in Nov 2008 upon working for more than a month in a gas plant. I did not have sinus problems prior to this date.

At that time, I may have been exposed to airborne asbestos and other irritants. In the place where I lived at that time, the Winter is so harsh. Temperature during Winter is normally at least 25 Cecilius below zero.

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