Handling For Motion Sickness Vehicles?
I have a brother who is drunk on a really bad trip. then after he got home he went to sleep. . still can’t talk smoothly. how to handle it?
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Travel sickness can indeed cause the sufferer to experience a series of symptoms that make him feel very uncomfortable, not only vomiting, but also dizziness, cold sweat, excessive salivation, nausea, stomach cramps, weakness, pale, sensation of loss of balance, weakness, and so on. These symptoms can appear in varying intensities, some are mild, some are severe. But generally, after no longer being on the way, complaints will improve without leaving a prolonged complication as your brother is experiencing at this time.
If you view from your testimony, where your brother until he could not speak fluently for a long time after the trip was carried out, then in addition due to motion sickness, this condition may also be aggravated by other factors, such as mental disorders (such as post-traumatic stress disorder, delusional disorders, schizoaffective disorders, schizophrenia, psychiatric disorders related to drugs or alcohol, and so on), disorders in the brain (such as brain tumors, transient ischemic attacks, strokes), metabolic disorders (eg hypoglycemia, electrolyte balance disorders), and so on.
It is difficult to identify exactly what conditions underlie your brother's complaints without a direct examination. Our advice, you get the right treatment, you try to check it directly to the doctor at the nearest health facility. If necessary, your doctor may direct your brother to undergo additional examinations (for example laboratories, brain records), or also refer him to the right specialist doctor, such as a specialist in internal medicine, nerves, psychiatrists, and so on.
At this time, try to do it first:
Calm your brother, let him rest more. Bring him a lot of discussion, do not let him linger long Accompany him in his activities Give him enough food and drink. Keep him away from alcohol, cigarettes, especially drugs.