It’s Not Easy Being Green
Don’t let motion sickness slow down your holiday
Nausea, dizziness, sweating, vomiting, headache and fatigue, these are the tell-tale signs of motion sickness.
If you are one of the many people who turn green at the thought of a plane taking off, or a ship setting sail, know you aren’t alone. According to Medical News Today, “about 33% of people are susceptible to motion sickness even in mild circumstances”, while “nearly 66% of people are susceptible in more severe conditions”.
For those of you who are well acquainted with the side effects of motion sickness, heading off for an exciting journey can cause some apprehension. While you would love to try ziplining, go off-roading, or simply take a relaxing train ride through the countryside, many of us are forced to forgo such activities due to this irritating condition. Try as you might to avoid rear seats on planes or cars, stare at a stationary point out the window, or cautiously sip on ginger ale, the truth is that travel sickness is sometimes unavoidable.
Motion sickness happens when the inner ear, the eyes, and the deeper tissues of the body’s surface send conflicting signals to the brain. Our balance is then thrown off and motion sickness can occur.
Luckily there is an easy solution that stops motion sickness in its tracks. Bonine is a one-a-day antiemetic tablet containing Meclizine HCL which has been proven to both prevent and relieve nausea and vomiting associated with motion sickness. This over-the-counter medication provides 24-hour relief; just take Bonine before you travel and enjoy relief all day long. Available at most major retailers, Bonine lasts 4 times longer with less drowsiness than Original Dramamine® and is available in two product sizes: 8 tablets and 16 tablets. Bonine can be taken without liquids anytime, anywhere and is available in great tasting raspberry flavored chewable tablets.
Imagine taking that cruise you always dreamed of, or setting off on a long road trip without stress or anxiety.
Bonine provides lasting relief so you can explore the world in all its glory.
For additional helpful tips for the motion sick traveler visit bonine.com