OTC advice on travel sickness
AbstractMotion sickness includes all forms of travel sickness (e.g. sea-sickness, airsickness, car-sickness). It can be defined as a characteristic syndrome brought on by being transported by a means of conveyance (including fairground rides) as opposed to self-propelled motion, such as walking, running or cycling. The condition can also be caused by simulated motion, such as being in a flight simulator or watching wide-screen projected images. Permission was not granted for electronic publication of this article. Please refer to the hard copy.
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