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Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Avoid vomiting on journey

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Vomiting on the journey is very uncomfortable and painful problem. In most cases it is hereditary. Someone develops vomiting in private car, some on bus and someone develops it on any vehicle. The horrible situation is only realized by whom, who has experienced it. Here is some advises for them, who usually got vomiting on journey.

Before journey: Avoid heavy and spicy aromatic foods before traveling. Better to finish meal before 2 - 3 hours of journey. Dry foods reduce vomiting tendencies during journey. On the way: Buses and airways are the most vulnerable for vomiting tendency.

Try to have frontline seats in the bus, when you are in journey. When you are in bus journey - always try to keep your view in front. Do not try to see anything through windows while the vehicle is moving fast. Avoid reading anything while you are sitting on bus and the bus is moving on. If possible, you can chew a little ginger. Try to fall in sleep on bus journey. In Air journey, take seat in line with the wing of the airplane.

Medicine: Hyosin bromide or scopolamine. These are the most commonly used medicines against vomiting on travel. You have to take it at least 30 minutes before traveling. It is not directed for pregnant women and less than 3 years of age. However, pregnant women can take Meclizine, Palonosetron type medicine. Other than pregnant women, can take also Cinarizine, Promithazine, proclorperazine for preventing nausea and vomiting during travel
Last few words: Above mentioned Medicines are written in the generic names.

They are  available in different trade or Brand names in medicine stores. Read very carefully the leaflet inside the medicine box.  Always remember that for best result these medicines should be taken at least 30 minutes before starting the journey.


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