4 Ways To Deal With Air Sickness

News Hub Creator

 Nothing is more annoying than being on an airplane, getting all excited and then being struck by airsickness. That plague of dizziness, nausea, headaches, sweating, and other symptoms, can be a dreadful experience.

How to deal with air sickness – The Sun Nigeria

On the other hand, we bring positive news. There are a few options for overcoming the air and motion sickness that has been ruining your life.

Airplane Motion Sickness and 7 Ways to Solve It- JetFinder.com

Here are some helpful hints to help you overcome your motion sickness!

•Find a middle seat:

Because of the way planes are structured, some seats and regions are more prone to experiencing motion than others. One of the most stable places to sit on an airplane is in the middle. So, the next time you plan a flight, make sure you book a seat in the suitable section to help you avoid getting sick.

How to Deal with Air Sickness on a Flight? | Live A Great Life Guide &  Coaching with Dr Prem & Team | Carve Your Life

•Eat a light meal:

Flying on an empty stomach, contrary to popular perception, does not help you avoid getting sick. In fact, flying on an empty stomach can aggravate symptoms. Endeavor to consume a light dinner consisting of crackers, fruit, and other small snacks on the day before your flight. Also, excessive smoking, heavy foods, drinks, and alcohol should all be avoided before and during travel. Avoid foods that are overly heavy, spicy, or greasy, as these may aggravate nausea symptoms in some people.

How to Avoid Air Sickness on a Plane

•Just take a deep breath:

Chewing on anything like gum can help you relax and control your breathing. Mint gum has a relaxing impact on the stomach, which aids in the relief of nausea. Experiment with several breathing techniques that can help you relax and minimize your anxiety.

Why You Get Motion Sickness And What You Can Do About It | SELF

Consider taking drug:

There are various over-the-counter medications that can help you avoid getting sick from flying. Ginger and lemon offer anti-nausea effects that may assist if you want to go the natural route. Being airsick can be aggravating, but keeping in mind why you took the trip at first, can help you relax and appreciate the magnificent view from above.

Flight attendants still get travel sick on a plane | Travel News | Travel |  Express.co.uk

News Hub Creator newshub-gh@operanewshub.com

Home -> Country