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On Equinox now and motion sick..what to do


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For the future.. at BASS PRO SHOPS  or online...


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For now..maybe sniff  peppermint or ginger or other oils if you can get some..try the spa..they sell oils or could put some on a  small pad for you.. try a massage or relexology!

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On 2/26/2019 at 6:15 PM, CruisinCrow said:


All I know is that the couple of times I've used Dramamine, it has knocked me out for hours so I won't take it again unless I'm desperate.  Maybe it wasn't the non-drowsy kind though.  Sounds like the OP is having more problems at night, so maybe getting knocked out isn't a bad thing.

I'm the same with Dramamine.   The original formula is similar to Benadryl, which is used in almost all over the counter sleeping aids.  


I use to take it the night before the cruise and would give me a good nights sleep and provide enough protection the next day to settle my inner ear for the remainder of the cruise.

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My wife had to visit the Dr. last week when we were on Silhouette and I noticed that in the reception area they have a container full of packages of motion sickness medicine available for the taking alone with instructions on their use.


I don't have major issues but I always take some ginger gum (amazon) and quickly chew a couple if I think I need to.  It does seem to work very quickly.  My two friends are more sensitive and swear by the bands.

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