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March 31, 2009

Preventing Motion Sickness on a Cruise

Motion Sickness Do you ever feel queasy when riding in a car, plane or boat? If you do and if you experience the initial symptoms of motion sickness including drowsiness, fatigue and stomach queasiness, try these suggestions:

Move to a stable location. If you're on a ship or plane, move to the center where it tends to be more stable.

Eat lightly and avoid alcohol. Pay attention to what you eat — you may find some foods soothing and others may bring on nausea.

Ask your doctor for medication. There are many medications that can effectively prevent or treat nausea and vomiting.

If all else fails, grab a motion sickness bag and hope for the best!

Click here for more advice on RTM to make sure your next cruise is nothing but smooth sailing.

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