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Motion sickness

When you think of motion sickness, seasickness may be the first thing that comes to mind. In reality, motion sickness can be brought on by traveling in a car or bus, flying in an airplane, or even something as simple as watching a movie with jerky camera shots. The most common symptoms are dizziness and nausea, sometimes with vomiting. You can also experience cold sweats, drowsiness, and headache.…

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