I feel nausea whenever I board a flight, what should I do?
Hello, I feel nausea whenever I board a flight, what should I do? Should I go to a doctor? Is there any remedy of that? Please leave your comments on that. No one wants to get sick on a plane—the bathrooms are tiny, the seats are crowded and there’s no fresh air. Please leave your comments on this.
@tathoi Take Dramamine
If you know you’re prone to motion sickness or nausea in other forms of travel, make sure to pack Dramamine. It actually prevents nausea, dizziness, and vomiting. Try our original Dramamine Motion Sickness Relief or our long-lasting Dramamine All Day Less Drowsy formula to prevent nausea, dizziness and vomiting. The tablets come in a convenient travel vial so you can slip them into your carry-on bag. If you’re traveling with little ones, try Dramamine For Kids, formulated specially for children ages 2-12.
Try to relax
Anxiety and stress make motion sickness worse and can make it last longer. If you have a fear of flying, consider learning meditation or deep-breathing exercises to help you stay relaxed before and during your flight. If you’ve never flown before, talk to someone who has so you can understand the normal sounds and movements of an airplane and not be frightened when you hear them firsthand. Most of all, especially if you are traveling for fun, look forward to your destination and keep a positive mindset that everything will be all right.
Stay away from greasy or spicy foods
Eat light before you fly – both the night before and day of your flight – and pick up some crackers or other bland snacks in the airport to help in case your stomach gets upset. Stay away from greasy and spicy foods and limit your salt intake as well since flights can be dehydrating.