Are you driving to your favorite vacation destination?
Someone in the family get car sick? It happens. I always thought my sister just made it up so she could sit in the front seat. However, car sickness like most motion sickness can make you nauseous and tired.
Carefirst offers these great tips to try to make that car ride a little more enjoyable.
- Eat a light snack before the trip but avoid dairy products, high-protein foods and those high in salt.
- Sit in the front seat.
- Fix eyes on distant objects outside the car.
- Don't read in the car.
- Talk to your doctor about motion sickness medication.
Where are you driving this summer?
Thanks for reading.