If you get motion sickness when riding as a passenger in a car, sit up front, look forward
and focus on the horizon. Don’t travel on an empty stomach, but eat small snacks.
Avoid dairy or anything heavy; try crackers if you’re nauseated. Stay hydrated. Open
a vent or window for some fresh air and keep the temperature cooler. Avoid reading
books or tablets. Try stabilizing your head by using a neck pillow. Do some deep
breathing to relax. If you are the driver, take frequent breaks to get out and stretch your
legs. Ask your pharmacist about anti-nausea wristbands or medications, but check side
effects, especially if you’re the driver.
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