Motion sickness can quickly turn a road trip into a memorable experience for all the wrong reasons. Here are a few tips for staving off nausea in the car.
Reading or writing can often lead to queasiness. You can still enjoy the hottest summer reads, though! Try downloading that book instead. Audible.com offers a free 30-day trial.
While some people use essential oils for relaxation or meditation, others find them helpful when dealing with travel sickness. Apply a few drop of peppermint or ginger oil to the back of your neck or below your belly button for the best results.
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Ginger is an age-old remedy for any stomach related issues. If ginger ale is not your thing, or you don’t have access to any fresh ginger root, try a mess-free ginger chew. Products such as Chimes (chimesgourmet.com) or GinGins (gingerpeople.com) have been known to work wonders.
Need a quick fix? Hold out one hand palm-up. With your other hand, measure three fingers down your wrist. Apply pressure with your thumb for 2-3 minutes for nausea relief in any travel situation.