- What is motion sickness?
- Motion sickness occurs when there is a conflict among your senses. Inner ears play critical role in helping control sense of balance. It is Common in children and women, on planes, long car/train rides, and usually results in dizziness and sick feeling, increase in salvia, pale skin, loss of appetite, headaches, nausea, and vomiting
- What is Vertigo?
- There are two types of vertigo. Central and Peripheral. Central vertigo is usually caused by a medical condition, such as a migraine or injury, not a condition. Peripheral vertigo occurs when small crystals in the inner ear become loose and can cause dizziness as a result.
- How can I treat motion sickness and vertigo?
- Symptoms of motion sickness and vertigo can be relieved by relaxing, and using natural remedies including ginger & mint can help. OTC medications are available.
- ProVent® offers drug-free, natural home-care remedies to treat symptoms of motion sickness and vertigo. We offer a topical oil, which can be placed on the neck or behind the ear, which can help provide temporary relief of symptoms and reduce motion sickness.
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Created by: Jon Romanow
Modified on: Fri, 21 Aug, 2020 at 3:52 PM
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