A FEAR of seasickness is one of the main reasons that people are
turned off cruising β but most of the time, cruises are smooth sailing,
and those nauseous feelings are easily preventable.
Seasickness is simply motion sickness that occurs on watercraft, so
it may be more likely to afflict people who feel ill in cars, planes or
rollercoasters. It is the reaction of your inner ear equilibrium system
to the unfamiliar motion of the ship, which causes stress on the
balancing portion of the brain. Sometimes, it can take a ...
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