Preventing Car Sickness in Kids

Keep Car Sickness at Bay With These Easy Tricks

Keep Car Sickness at Bay With These Easy Tricks

Nothing ruins a long family drive faster than a car-sick kid. Motion sickness happens when the brain gets confused by mixed motion signals from the eyes, ears, and other extremities. Along with a queasy stomach, car-sick kids may break out in a cold sweat, become extremely fatigued, feel dizzy, and ultimately vomit — and no one wants to spend any amount of time trapped in a sour-milk-scented car! Help keep rumbly tummies away with these simple tricks.

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