Avoid Nausea from Motion Sickness While on a Road Trip

Have you ever been on a car trip when motion sickness suddenly struck? It's not a fun experience. There's nausea and headaches, and don't forget that throwing up in the car or out the window makes the trip less pleasant for your fellow travelers, too. You can't change the way your body has been designed, but you can lessen the symptoms of motions sickness.

If you want to lessen the effects of motion sickness, try looking out into the distance by sitting in the front seat so that your brain calms down. You can also drink club soda to settle your stomach. Another option is to try to sleep so that your brain can rest from the confusing signals it's being sent.

Road trips are still great even if you suffer from motion sickness. If you're looking for a family vehicle to experience those road trips in, come to DCH Subaru of Riverside in Riverside, CA to test drive a vehicle.

 
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