They are highly susceptible to motion sickness induced by coriolis stimulation, and their response to anti-motion sickness drugs is similar to that of humans.
Two of the most studied anti-motion sickness drugs are diphenhydramine and dimenhydrinate.
Prochlorperazine does have some anti-motion sickness effects, but it ranks well below scopolamine and the antihistamines in this regard.
Chlorpromazine has no anti-motion sickness efficacy, even though it is quite effective against chemically induced nausea.
3] receptor may be responsible for the anti-motion sickness effects of scopolamine.
5] receptor, or both may be responsible for scopolamine's anti-motion sickness effect.