Motion sickness is a physiologic response in affected individuals to a situation in which sensory conflict about body motion exists among visual receptors, vestibular receptors, and ...
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Follow guidelines under “General Measures” section to prevent motion sickness (2)[C].
Premedicate before travel with antidopaminergic, anticholinergic, or antihistamine agents (2)[A]:
Eat before travel, avoid empty stomach; eat light, soft, bland, low-fat, and low-acid foods.
Symptoms should resolve when motion exposure ends.
Resistance to moti...
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The scopolamine transdermal patch is first line for prevention of motion sickness. It should be applied at least 4 hours before travel, although it is most effective if placed 12 hours...
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