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The Mysterious Science of Motion Sickness

Motion Sickness

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  • When what you see or hear doesn’t match up with movement felt by your inner ear, symptoms of motion sickness can result
  • Motion sickness may also be related to disruptions to your postural stability and it may have a genetic component
  • Ginger is one of the best motion sickness remedies available

By Dr. Mercola

Anytime your body moves in a way that’s different from what your eyes see, motion sickness can develop. Your inner ear, or vestibular system, is involved in movement and balance. This system senses motion, such as when you’re in a car or on a ship, and expects your eyes to confirm it.


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