Do you often meet a problem of carsickness?

February 7, 2010 6:46am CST
Some people sit in car or bus not long, then they will feel dizzy, epigastrium unwell, nausea, vomiting, or cold. Especially when the car brakes, hairpin turn, getting a break can be reduced or recover gradually. However, the others sustain the carsick symptom for a few days. Do you often meet a problem of carsickness, seasickness, airsickness? How do we prevent them?
3 responses
• United States
9 Feb 10
I always got this as a kid. It faded as an adult but when I was pregnant was stronger. It's worse when I'm a passenger but I almost never get when I'm the driver. Motion sickness pills help when I'm going to be a passenger for a long trip and not reading, etc is a must.
@qamarep (4448)
• Pakistan
8 Feb 10
no man i have nt got anything like that . is it because the material of car makes them sick like that.
@saphrina (31738)
• South Africa
7 Feb 10
The day you find that uot, PLEASE, let me know. I stay sick for at least two days, after a drive. And that is really stupid. No docter can help me, so you just have to go on and take it. Luckily we do not drive around that much, but still it can really start to irritate me. TATA.