carsick


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experiencing motion sickness

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Carsick functions partly as a close examination of modest fame at work in immodest America.
I get carsick and seasick - that is why I ride a motorbike.
If they get carsick or seasick, I give them a scopolamine patch to place behind the ear the night before.
The carsick one never made it into print, for some reason.
As I child, I got carsick on winding mountain roads, and I had trouble taking those 2 1/2-hour trips to Catalina that were the norm before speedier boats came along and powered through the waves.
Cats getting carsick and vomiting on the seat, big dogs needing to go number two and when you're on the highway there is nothing you can do.
Talk about realistic--people were getting carsick in the theater.
If a child is feeling carsick, taking a break can help ease the queasiness.
to be near her three grown children, laugh easily together as they share mother-and-daughter memories, including the propensity of family members to become carsick driving to and from Crescent City along Northern California's winding coastal roads.
We even learn that Escriva once helped a carsick friend after he had vomited all over himself.
Then you know it's tough to navigate safely and keep things sane when your charges get carsick, argue, lurch for fallen toys, or complain that 15 minutes must be up because they've counted to 60 that many times.
This is always a possibility, as is the possibility of getting carsick or airsick.
35) He gets carsick and I do not, which is why he has to sit in the front.
Rather than have them get off the Garden State Parkway at Exit 117 and take State Highway 35 south for a few miles--the quickest, simplest route by far--I kept them on the parkway for a couple of extra exits and then directed them onto a series of winding, hilly, and confusing country-style back roads that would not only add close to 10 miles to their trip but give them even-money odds of becoming carsick.
I would like to know why you sometimes get carsick when riding in a car, especially when reading a book.