Yes, I used to vomit after being in the car for just over an hour and buses were my worst nightmare because I felt pretty sick after 20 mins.
I then tried kweele tablets I think they were called which took amazing effect and then slowly I never had to take them on journies anymore and it's really easy for me to sit 3 hours in a car or a bus without feeling sick.
What I suggest is not looking down at your phone on a vehicle and keeping your head up, listen to music, or sleep on someone's shoulder.
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- 01-02-2015 12:58
- 01-02-2015 13:11
even though the motion of the car does affect me, it doesn't affect me half as much as the scent present in the vehicle does.
I find that if there is a small space and quite a strong smell, I get sick quickly and easily. however if the car is spacious and there is a lot of room, the smell doesn't seem to narrow in on me as much.
this may have something to do with my acute claustrophobia though. I don't like having my breathing restricted in any way, or being in extremely tight spaces. I think this has a little to do with something I experienced as a child as I got stuck in a really old and rusty lift, between floors, for like an hour in total darkness. after a while I felt like I was running out of air.
I have suffered from travel sickness ever since I can remember. I'm 18 now and it doesn't seem to be going away. I have tried so many things, from travel sickness medicine to different activities during my journey. But even if it's just 15 minutes, I STILL manage to get sick and want to throw up.
I don't think it's possible to avoid it somehow or 'cure' it. Although my mum always said it changes when you become a driver yourself.