There is nothing more frustrating than being on a plane, having fun, and being hit by a hurricane. That can be a terrible experience of dizziness, nausea, headache, sweating and other symptoms.
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On the other hand, we bring positive news. There are a few options to overcome the air and movement disease that has ruined your life.
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Here are some tips to help you overcome your mobility impairment!
• Find a middle seat
Because of the way airplanes are set up, some seats and regions are more prone to movement than others. One of the most comfortable places to sit on the plane is in the middle. So, the next time you plan a flight, make sure you book in a room that will help you avoid getting sick.
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• Eat a light meal.
Flying on an empty stomach, contrary to popular belief, does not help you to get sick. In fact, flying on an empty stomach can exacerbate symptoms. Try eating a light dinner of crackers, fruit and other snacks the day before your flight. Excessive smoking, heavy foods, drinks and alcohol should also be avoided before and during travel. Avoid heavy, spicy or greasy foods, as these can aggravate the symptoms of nausea in some people.
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• Breathe deeply:
Chewing like chewing gum helps to relax and control your breathing. Mint chewing gum has a calming effect on the stomach and helps relieve nausea. Try a variety of breathing techniques to help you relax and reduce stress.
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Consider taking medication:
There are a variety of over-the-counter medications that can help keep you from getting sick. Ginger and lemon give you an anti-nausea effect if you want to go naturally. Getting sick can be aggravating, but considering why you took the trip in the first place can help you relax and appreciate the spectacular view.
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