Combat motion sickness on a cruise ship or airplane

Those who have experienced motion sickness know what an unpleasant experience it can be. The rocking of a boat or turbulence in an airplane may cause cold sweats or dizziness and nausea. While those who frequently suffer from seasickness or airsickness might decide to avoid boat and air travel altogether, others are undeterred and would rather put up a fight than limit their vacation possibilities. For all the fighters, take note of these tips to help make your cruises and flights more pleasant.

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