Feeling Sick For Days After A Long Trip?
Hello, I want to ask. Is there a disease in the world that can make sufferers run out of stamina due to intoxication on long trips using any mode of transportation, and then the sufferer becomes sick for days when they arrive at their destination? 2. Is there doping that is not included in the category of drugs, does not have side effects that are harmful to the body, and is safe to use for people of all ages, from children to adults? Are there drugs in the world similar to doping that are commonly consumed by many people before traveling long distances?
Good morning, thanks for the question
The above conditions are included in motion sickness or motion sickness. Travel sickness is an uncomfortable sensation when traveling by car, plane, train or boat. This condition occurs because the body sends a lot of sensory impulses from vision, balance system, and proprioceptive, causing symptoms of dizziness, nausea, vomiting, until the head feels light.
For example while on a train the proprioceptive system will send a signal that the body is not moving, but the vision system gives a signal that there is movement. These different impulses that cause motion sickness. Travel sickness can also cause complaints of abdominal pain, cold sweat, and appear pale. Motion sickness can recover spontaneously without treatment although in some individuals the effects can be quite long. In addition, some individuals are more likely to experience travel sickness, so prevention efforts are needed, for example:
1. Prepare for a trip beforehand, for example if by plane then order a seat near the window or near the wing, or if by boat or bus then choose a seat facing the front.
2. Rest at night before starting the trip.
3. Eat first but avoid oily or sour foods.
4. When feeling unwell, dizzy, or nauseous, try to lay down immediately and close your eyes until the symptoms are felt to subside.
5. Avoid reading books or playing widgets while traveling.
Patients can also take antihistamine-type drugs before starting a trip to prevent heavy travel sickness, such as dymenhydrinat. This drug is not for routine consumption, and can cause drowsiness so it is recommended not to drive the vehicle afterwards. There is no specific type of stamina drug or type of doping because generally the above conditions are harmless. Antihistamines are known to help prevent symptoms and try to avoid activities that can aggravate the symptoms as described above.
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