Motion Sickness Consultation
Motion sickness is a condition that occurs when the body is in motion but the brain receives conflicting signals about the body's position and movement. This can cause symptoms such as dizziness, nausea, and vomiting. Motion sickness can be caused by various forms of transportation such as cars, boats, planes, and trains, as well as by certain activities such as amusement park rides or virtual reality experiences.
Some people are more susceptible to motion sickness than others. Factors that can increase the risk of motion sickness include being a child or an older adult, having a history of motion sickness, or having certain medical conditions such as inner ear problems or migraines.
How we treat:
Depending on the symptoms we prescribe: