03 November 2015

• Seasickness

“People may experience motion sickness from being on small or large boats, in cars or airplanes, and even on amusement park rides. It can be experienced in other environments when you might least expect it as well, from virtual reality games to driverless cars.

”Motion sickness is very common, impacting up to 70 percent of people, based on various conditions. Key symptoms include nausea, dizziness, and fatigue, but people may also experience cold sweats, increased salivation, and pain. Luckily, none of these side effects last forever and most dissipate once on land.…”

Please visit this link to read the full article: OnTheWater

Personally, I believe there are two kinds of people: Those who have already been seasick, and those who haven't yet been seasick.

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