Travel Sickness

Travel Sickness, more commonly known as motion sickness, is a condition that causes nausea, dizziness and sometimes headaches when you are travelling inside a car, boat, plane, train or amusement park ride. It is a disorder affecting the ears.If you experience travel sickness, True Medical has the right medication to help you treat your condition. We offer a wide range of medications that guarantee fast and effective relief.

Travel Sickness, more commonly known as motion sickness, is a condition that causes nausea, dizziness and sometimes headaches when you are travelling inside a car, boat, plane, train or amusement park ride. It is a disorder affecting the ears.If you experience travel sickness, True Medical has the right medication to help you treat your condition. We offer a wide range of medications that guarantee fast and effective relief.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Travel Sickness? 

Travel sickness makes one feel nauseous and dizzy when travelling inside a moving vehicle or object. Sufferers usually experience cold sweat, dizziness, and pale skin, that may lead to feeling sick. 

The disorder typically occurs when inside a moving vehicle like a car, train or plane, but it can also occur on amusement park rides like the Ferris wheel. 

What causes Travel Sickness? 

Travel sickness is the result of your senses being in conflict with one another. Due to the quick movement, the eyes see multiple changing views while the inner ears and your muscle sense other things. The brain fails to process all the signals these body parts are sending all at once causing it to feel sick or dizzy. 

The inner ears help establish your balance.  It sends a signal to the brain what is going on around you and your stance in relation to gravity. It recognizes if you are lying down or standing, etc. 

However, the confusion arises in the brain when there is motion and the signals you get are different from one another. For example, when you are on a plane, your ears and muscles feel the ascent or descent, while the eyes do not see the movement. The confusing signals to the brain result in travel sickness. 

How can I treat Travel Sickness? 

The symptoms of travel sickness are just temporary and usually disappear on their own once you get adjusted or when the vehicle stops. If you are a frequent traveller and prone to this kind of sickness, it is better to bring medicine to ease your symptom. True Medical offers a wide range of medications for travel sickness that will allow you to travel without the hassle of feeling dizzy or sick. 

While inside a moving vehicle or object, you can do a couple of things to ease the effects of travel sickness. First, try to relax and get a load of fresh air. Second, focus on a stable object. Look at the window if you are inside a car or the horizon when in a boat. You can also choose to close your eyes. Reading a book or scrolling down your phone will not help in your symptoms and can make it worse. 

Sleep is also a factor that can cause you travel sickness. Travelling causes disruption in your sleeping pattern, often leading to insomnia. The change in time zones confuses your body causing the inability to sleep. Insomnia is a condition where you have difficulty sleeping. If you experience this, there are available treatments at True Medical to give you a good sleep.