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Motion sickness

All of us have probably experienced some form of "motion sickness".
Maybe it was "seasickness" from riding a boat or ship, "airsickness"
on an airplane, "carsickness" when riding on a car, or even after an
amusement park ride. Is this a kind of illness? Many of us want to
enjoy outdoors, going picnic or sightseeing, but because of motion
sickness, you refuse to enjoy going out.

WHAT CAUSES MOTION SICKNESS?
Motion sickness usually occurs when having "sensory conflict",
specifically a conflict between the eye and ear. When feeling motion
but not seeing it (for example, in a car with your eyes focused
inside the car), the inner ear transmits to the brain that it senses
motion and the car is moving, but the eyes tell the brain that
everything is still because you are focused within the car. As a
result, the brain gets conflicting signals and will come to the
conclusion that one is hallucinating and further conclude that the
hallucination is due to poison ingestion. To clear the supposed
toxin, the brain responds by inducing vomiting.

Modern medical science can't find 100% remedy aside from medicine
called tranquilizer. Here, I am going to let you know a very simple
technique that can stop motion sickness for your happy weekend trip
or vacation.

SIMPLE TECHNIQUES IN PREVENTING MOTION SICKNESS
1. Have a good or enough sleep before going for an outdoor trip.
2. Avoid too much eating before you go. An empty stomach is not good
either.
3. Don't wear tight clothes. Loose clothing is preferable and more
comfortable.
4. Wear dark sunglasses to make your eyes less sensitive to flicker.

Have you done the above techniques already? Then, follow below that
is something different from what you knew.

NEIGUAN P6 ACUPRESSURE POINT
An acupressure point where you can press several times before and
during your trip for relieving motion sickness or nausea is
called "Neiguan P6 Acupressure Point". It's located in the forearm
three finger widths below the wrist crease. Place your thumb on the
point and press firmly while you breathe out, and release pressure as
you breathe in. This will calm you down and soothe your stomach.
Repeat if you still feel dizzy. This method is known in China for
thousands of years in relieving many sorts of nausea.

In Chinese herbal medicine, the use of ginger to prevent motion
sickness is used. Ginger beer or ginger ale helps greatly. Ginger tea
works the best.

CARSICKNESS
Do you notice that car drivers won't get motion sickness?
Then, why do you get motion sickness?
Do you also notice that when you are in the car your position is not
the same as the driver?

If the car turns right, the driver's body also leans to the right,
but the passenger (you) try to get up or lean to the left just like
the photo below.

You should follow the movement of the driver. If the car turns right,
your body should lean to the right, too, or vice versa.

In this way, you will never get carsickness anymore.

Therefore, the definite answer is not to stand against the force of
gravity.

Have a happy weekend or happy trip and a happy vacation with your
family.

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About the Author:
Junji Takano is a Japanese health researcher and has been studying
the causes of viruses since 1960. In 1968, he invented the Pyro-
Energen, the first electrotherapy device that eradicates viral
diseases effectively and without any side effects.
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