car sickness


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Noun1.car sickness - motion sickness experienced while traveling in a car
kinetosis, motion sickness - the state of being dizzy or nauseated because of the motions that occur while traveling in or on a moving vehicle
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car sick·ness

n. mareo;
condición causada al viajar en un vehículo.
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Dr Flo, I have suffered from car sickness ever since I was a child and I am now in my twenties.
STARING at phone or tablet screens while travelling as a passenger in a car may bring on an attack of car sickness.
Car sickness is made worse by sitting in the back, playing video games while the car is running or watching movies.
Summary: Car sickness is a natural reaction to an unnatural stimulus that cannot be cured as such
I warn you now to leave anyone averse to dust or who suffers from car sickness back at the pool.
The range of experiences considered is also skewed: the book foregrounds extreme experiences like car races, chases and crashes, but offers little about more routinized and less dramatic driving that would involve, for instance, excessive noise and vibration, car sickness, engine break-down and a flat tyre.
Car sickness stops your dog wanting to go in the car.
is offering an "acupressure" wrist band that provides relief from car sickness, the company says, citing "double blind randomized studies [that] support the efficacy of wrist acupressure in the relief of nausea due to morning sickness, motion sickness, anesthesia and chemotherapy.
The excellent ride quality, for example, is particularly useful when it comes to avoiding car sickness in small passengers.
It includes a 3-year-old service dog who was on the verge of being retired due to extreme car sickness.
And although I have nothing to base this on, I rather think that the roominess inside will help avoid car sickness for little ones.
The second phase involves asking about life history of nausea or pain, such as having car sickness or abdominal pains as a child.