How to Prevent Seasickness

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Being sick at home is hard; being sick on a boat is unbearable! Keep seasickness from ruining your vacation.

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Motion sickness medication Water Bread and other grains Apples Bananas Hard candy Dry crackers Step 1: Consider preventive medication PLAY

Think preventively. Take an over-the-counter antihistamine 1/2 hour prior to boarding the boat or at the first signs of seasickness. You can also consult your doctor for prescription medication. Step 2: Drink plenty of water before you get on the boat PLAY

Drink plenty of water prior to boarding. Dehydration can make you dizzy and cause nausea. Tip: Avoid drinking alcohol, which can cause dehydration and nausea. Step 3: Eat right PLAY

Eat right before heading out. Bread and other grains, apples, and bananas are all good choices. Avoid anything greasy or acidic. Step 4: Position yourself where motion is less noticeable PLAY

Find a spot on board where motion is least noticeable, such as the inner-middle part of the boat. Tip: A window can help put the rocking motion into perspective but can also worsen the feelings of nausea as more objects are moving. Step 5: Stare into the horizon PLAY

Focus on the horizon and scenery rather than the water or the movement of the boat. If you feel queasy, stand; sitting or lying down can increase nausea. Step 6: Eat hard candy PLAY

Suck on hard candy or eat dry crackers to help keep nausea in check. Do you know? Some people who take long cruises suffer "landsickness" for a few days after their trip as their body readjusts to being on firm ground. PLAY

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