Many people who are nervous about cruising wonder how to not get sick on a cruise. This is probably the number one reason why some people will never go on a cruise. But ships are more stable than ever and there are many ways to combat seasickness. While there are no guarantees that you will not get seasick though, this article will cover a few tips for making sure you can keep your composure on the high seas and enjoy every minute of your vacation.
Seasickness is caused by your body’s inner ear trying to keep up with the balancing act of unfamiliar motion. Equilibrium is all controlled in the inner ear, and when you are seeing things moving that are “supposed” to be still, it can cause undue stress on your brain and cause nausea to set in. Sometimes it takes people a few days to get their “sea legs” and nausea goes away completely.
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