motion sickness


Car sickness is when a person reacts badly to motion, especially kids. It happens more often in children as compared to adults. When traveling, a child’s inner ear is always concentrating on the movement around them while their eyes are focused on that book or screen and since they are sitting still, the information from the movement through the inner ear tends to send conflicting data to the brain which then leads to vomiting, nausea, cold sweats, and other motion sickness symptoms. With car sickness, matters of inheriting those conditions from family is always a 50-50 chance. A child may have it or not. Parents with car sickness problems may have kids who don’t even portray signs of motion sickness…

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