Someone once said: When you are seasick, you are afraid you are going to die. Then after a while, you are afraid you are not going to die.
I used to get terribly motion sick. I always had to have paper bag at hand and direct contents of stomach into said receptacle. It doesn´t happen as much now, (unless I am on a yacht in high seas), but I sympathize with anyone who gets this kind of sickness.
Research reveals that it is caused by a conflict between the body´s sense of vision and its sense of equilibrium. There, doesn´t that help you feel better?
Here´s a puke bag and some tips:
– Keep your eyes on the horizon or a stable object that isn´t moving
– Try those acupressure bracelets, ginger tablets, aromatherapy or as a last resort, there is medication so see your pharmacist or doctor
– Eat very light and stay off alcohol
– If you can, sit in the front of the vehicle
– Face the direction of travel
– If possible, open the window and breathe fresh air
You are NOT going to die! (Though all this is offered as unqualified opinion and should not be used in the place of those in the know).