Latest #motionsickness Posts
- This little bottle here saved me yesterday, not once but twice 🙌🏼
First time was when the windy roads from the Grand Canyon to Sedona started to affect me. All I needed was a few inhales of my peppermint to help keep things settled.
The second time was when I spent a little too much time in the hot tub and overheated some. A few drops on the back of my neck and on the bottoms of my feet and I instantly cooled down.
I don’t think I could ever travel without my Peppermint ❤️🌱
- Bei der Benutzung von #VR-Brillen kann es zur sogenannten VR-Krankheit kommen. Sie äußert sich unter anderem in Schwindel, Übelkeit oder Kopfschmerzen.
Obwohl diese Symptome denen der Reisekrankheit (oder auch Motion Sickness) stark ähneln, sind beide Phänomene zu unterscheiden, da bei #VirtualReality der Betrachter selbst nicht in Bewegung ist.
Neben der Abweichung zwischen optischer Bewegungswahrnehmung und Gleichgewichtssinn sind kleine Verzögerungen bei der Bilddarstellung hauptsächliche Ursachen.
Abhilfe schaffen beispielsweise Maßnahmen wie entspannende Hintergrundmusik,
regelmäßige Pausen oder eine sanfte Eingewöhnungsphase.
Auf technischer Seite hilft die Verwendung von VR-Brillen mit geringen Latenzen oder auch Zusatzhardware wie vibrierende Stirnbänder.
#virtuelleRealität #VirtualRealityWorld #DYK #facts #VRSickness #MotionSickness #Herausforderungen #workatsaltandpepper #lifeatsaltandpepper
- My face when my girls convince me to ride Mission Space (the intense version) for the first time in 15 years. While it was as intense as I remember, I didn’t feel sick afterwards. Are there any rides you feel are one-and-done? #thisishowyoudisney #missionspace #epcot
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- Dica para quem enjoa em viagem... no carro, no avião...
O Gael sempre passa mal no carro ou avião, já sabe até usar sozinho o saquinho de vomito.
Por isso estamos sempre em busca de opções para contornar isso.
Fora os famosos Dramin e Vonau, por muitas vezes não resolverem, já tentamos sea band, que são faixinhas de colocar no pulso, já tentamos um óleo tópico de passar atrás da orelha... mas tudo isso não resolve na maioria das vezes, e ele acaba vomitando.
Nessa viagem descobrimos o BONINE! Ele funcionou todas as vezes! A partir dele fomos tranquilos no carro para os parques e viemos no voo sem nenhum incidente! Vocês não imaginam a nossa alegria em ver o Gael andar de carro e viajar bem de avião, sem passar mal ❤️
Então fica a dica para quem também enfrenta o mesmo problema. Tem tudo isso no Walmart ou na Amazon.
Tem mais no story.
E alguém tem mais alguma dica sobre o assunto? Compartilhem, plis! Todas as sugestões são bem vindas!
#dica3namala #dramin #bonine #seaband #motioneaze #viagemcomcriancas #vonau #vertigo #motionsickness #viagemdeaviao #maede3
- GOD PÅSKE! 🐥
Som i andre høytider elsker vi å kose oss med god mat og drikke, eller med påskeegg og annet snop, på fjell eller ved fjord, og for å komme oss dit pakker vi bil og båt og legger i vei.
Magen blir ofte mett før øyet blir det, og lange, varme bilturer kan også bli en utfordring for fordøyelsen.
En god probiotika som PB Assist, og Zengest olje er derfor god å ha i bakhånd ved fordøyelsesbesvær, mens f.eks Peppermint og Ginger er gode å ha når reisen minner mer og mer en tur på tivoli. 😎
Ha 3 dråper olje i diffuseren eller i håndflatene og innhalèr. Eller smør 1 dråpe av oljene på magen sammen med Fractionated Coconut Oil. 😎
Ha en nydelig høytid! 🐥
#dōterra #essentialoils #eteriskeoljer #aromatherapy #aromaterapi #upsetstomach #fordøyelse #digestion #motionsickness #reise
- About to get in this car for 4 1/2 hours 😭
I get really bad motion sickness and this drive always gets me but getting to see family for Easter is worth it right? 🐰
Best remedy for motion sickness?.... and go!...
- I'm sure quite a few of you are heading away for the Easter break so these will come in handy if you are driving and have a car diffuser! #bestinventionever
If you don't have a car diffuser you can pop the oils on a wooden peg and pop it near an aircon vent...not as strong but you still get some of the aroma and it makes your car smell nice. 💜
- Motion sickness Case study: 17yo National track athlete who had #MTHFR, #depression, #anxiety and motion sickness. When her mom would take her to track events and practices she would get horrible headaches! Mom even traded her car in for a different car thinking the car was making her sick. When looking at what she was eating she loved CHEESE 🧀 PIZZA 🍕 CHOCOLATE 🍫. All foods that would OVERFILL her histamine Bucket. After we removed the histamine foods, helped stabilized her mast cells, decreased gut inflammation and REDUCED her extremely high levels of The supplement L-methyl folate. Her headaches stopped. And her mom could drive the car she wanted to 🚗 🚙
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- Have you heard? Our Ginger Chews are available in a new fruity flavor—lychee! This tropical fruit is native to Southern China and is ripe when the skin is a vibrant red. Once the bumpy skin is peeled away, enjoy this fresh fruit that's a perfect blend of sweet and tart. Look for our Ginger Chews with Lychee at a GNC near you—and enjoy!! #PrinceofPeaceGinger #POPGinger #MadeWithGinger
- When I was traveling - I really came to appreciate #gingkobiloba I discovered it when I spent a year in southern India - I lived at high elevation ( 2,100m / 7,000ft) and I brought some with me as I read that it would help with altitude sickness. I forgot about having it until a week after I arrived when I felt dizzy and nauseous and super tired. I drank more water, took the supplement and recovered quite well. Since then, I realized this would also help me with other travels. And when I saw a functional nutritionist, she also recommended to help with brain fog I was dealing with. During my most recent travels, it helped also with my motion sickness from the boat and the train. That and the acupressure bands for motion sickness. I think different things are needed by each person at a different time. And for any health condition, it’s not good to just take the generic set of tablets for infertility or for endometriosis. What one things helps you, might actually be making someone else’s journey worse. This question is about listening to your body. Sometimes I actually crave a supplement or an herb. So, I was curious to know from others - right now in this moment - what is the one supplement that really helps you? And the one that you would be most upset if you ran out of right now. What do you take it for? #infertility #motionsickness #elevationsickness #questionoftheday #fertilitycoach #parentingcoach #holistichealthcoach #naturalfertility #kodaikanal #violinteacher #violateacher #soundhealer #writer
- Let your adventures take you further than your fears 🦅👁
- PART THREE
As much as I was enjoying our short visit with Kirk's parents, I was having a hard time hiding my anxiety about the return flight. I was dreading it so much that it was hard to think of anything else. California is absolutely gorgeous this time of year, but all I could see were jets in the sky and reminders of what was coming in a couple of days. I told myself I could probably do it, I could probably suffer through the return flight, but I didn't believe it for one second. I knew it was going to be bad, so I started looking into other ways to get myself home. Trains, buses, rental cars, even hitchhiking if I had to. And though that did alleviate some anxiety, it brought up a whole new set of worries about doing something I had no detailed knowledge about. Trying to form the new travel plan put me into extreme overwhelm, and I felt myself spinning into veritable psychosis. Oh God! What was I going to do?!?!? But, if I ever doubted that I was loved before, what happened next erased any and all doubt across this and the next ten lifetimes.
My amazing, loving husband decided to cut our trip short by one day so he could drive us all the way home, promising me I'd never have to fly again. Rather than force me to "get over it" and just get on the plane so we could get home quickly, he drove the 1800 miles back to the St. Louis airport where we'd parked our truck…a 40-hour trip vs a 5-hour trip. I didn't guilt him or beg him to do this. He did this for me because he loves me. Not only that, his wonderful parents were incredibly understanding about us leaving sooner than expected. In fact, his mom pointed out at least a dozen "silver linings" about driving versus flying back! No one ever made me feel bad about it… all I was ever shown was incredible kindness, love and compassion. So, even though I learned I do NOT have what it takes to be an easy-breezy air traveler, I DO have what it takes to be loved by very good people. That sure beats being able to get somewhere faster. 🥰
- A little story about what love looks like... PART TWO
Since it wasn't a direct flight to California, we landed in Phoenix for a short layover before continuing the journey. I spent most of that time in the bathroom while Kirk tracked down some Dramamine for me. Still praying and still trying to weakly fight those thoughts of "I can't do this," I boarded the plane for the last leg of the flight. With my eyes shut and my hands digging into the arm rest again, I started breathing deeply and repeating my “everything will be fine" mantras. But, less than a minute after the plane left the runway, I was yanking out the airsick bag. I'd jokingly taken a picture of it before we took off, so I knew where to look when I needed it without a second to spare. (Side note: those bags are A LOT smaller than you think!) It's possible other passengers were laughing at me, especially after the flight attendant brought me a great big garbage bag in case I got sick again, but I couldn't have cared less. Even if I had been paralyzed with fear about flying, it would have been nothing compared to the unbearable sickness I was feeling.
I don't think I've ever felt as happy as I did when we finally landed and I could step back on solid ground again. But the happiness was short-lived once I realized I'd still have to fly back home… another flight with two take-offs and two landings. Then the anxiety and panic really set in...
- A little story about what love looks like…
As you know, last week I was set to board a plane for the first time in almost 30 years. As the kids like to say, I was "nervous AF" about it. Not so much about flying, but about the stuff I wasn't sure about… especially the security check point. Things have changed quite a bit since I last flew. I'm the kind of person who needs to know all the details for planning even a small trip to the grocery store, so I was getting pretty anxious about the boarding procedure. Luckily, my husband is a seasoned business traveler, so he was able to describe the whole process and explain what to expect in each step before it happened. Turns out I was worrying for nothing because the process was relatively easy. Now, my focus was on getting a seat next to the window so I could take pictures and video! You get to choose where you want to sit on Southwest planes, and there were plenty of window seats available. I sat down, got my book out to read later, snapped a picture of us holding hands and set up my phone to record the take off. I started to feel really excited as the plane began speeding down the runway, and then WHOOSH…we were off the ground! And everything changed.
Two seconds after we were airborne, motion sickness kicked in. I don't mean a little dizziness. I mean the most severe and debilitating sickness imaginable. The best way I can describe it is … imagine yourself with an empty stomach and start drinking alcohol at the rate of one vodka tonic + one beer + one whiskey&coke + one glass of wine every hour for 6 hours. Then, when you should stop you say, "Nope, Tequila time!" and pound 6 more shots before somersaulting down a hill. The kind of "unstable-ground, room-spinning" you'd get from that is what I was dealing with for the entire 3-hour flight. I couldn’t open my eyes - light made it worse. I couldn't listen to music or even my husband's voice - sound made it worse. All I could do was keep my eyes closed, stay completely still, let the sweat pour down my face as I felt simultaneously hot and cold, and pray relentlessly for the flight to end before I vomited. My poor husband could do nothing to help me...