How to minimise the problem

1. Keep calm and relaxed before and during travel. With children avoid excitement and apprehension about the travelling. Encourage activities such as looking at distant objects; discourage activities such as reading and games that require close visual concentration.

2. Lie down, if possible, because this rests the inner ear canals and reduces the urge to vomit. If travelling by car, stop regularly for breaks. Passengers should use the front seat if possible.

3. Do not have a large meal a few hours before the journey or during it; avoid milk and fried or greasy foods. Do not travel with an empty stomach: have a light simple meal about an hour before and do not drink too much. Glucose drinks such as lemonade are suitable, as are glucose sweets and biscuits while travelling.

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