The Body Cannot Be Moved During Motion Sickness?
So yesterday when I was traveling by car, I was afraid to throw up because I am the type to get drunk when riding a four-wheeled vehicle. Suddenly my hands were tingling, I began to panic and then my legs were tingling all over my body until my face and then all could not be moved my hands suddenly grabbed themselves when I forcefully moved it hurt. Saba has experienced this incident twice. Is this a symptom of disease? Or what?
Hi Yuuko Chan .. Thank you for the question.
Motion sickness can be experienced by anyone and the serigs give symptoms of dizziness, nausea, vomiting, cold sweat. This occurs due to disruption of the balance system in the body. Meanwhile, the tingling sensation you experience can occur because:
Excess anxiety - can occur because you have an excessive fear of feeling nauseous and vomiting when driving. Symptoms of anxiety include: panic, fear, restlessness, nausea, cold limbs and a tingling sensation. Stress Dehydration To reduce the fear of motion sickness, you can do: stay calm during the trip, listen to music to reduce tension, avoid playing gadgets and reading, closing your eyes or sleeping, avoiding sitting in the opposite direction to the road, getting enough water and food while driving . If there is no improvement, then you can check with a doctor. So that doctors can carry out direct examinations and the diagnosis can be enforced.
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