inner ear

People can get motion sickness when visual information from their eyes, sensory information from body parts in contact with the ground and the fluid-filled cavities of the inner ear don't match. (Photo: sodapix/Thinkstock)

Motion Sickness

Try These Tips to Help Curb Motion Sickness Summer is a season of flights, road trips, boat rides and amusement park visits. For those who suffer from motion sickness, it can be a tough time of year. Whether it’s car sickness, sea sickness or vertigo caused by a rollercoaster
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