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Can't travel in bus or enjoy joy ride due to motion sickness. Any permanent cure?

Hello Doctor. I m 32, male and I have motion sickness since childhood. I get nausea when I travel in buses and I cannot enjoy joyrides. The funny thing though, is that I can drive a car for miles together without a problem while I cannot sit in a bus for more than an hour or two before nausea sets in. The time dramatically reduces in case of winding roads. Can you please let me know anything that ll permanently cure this? Thanks in advance
Asked On : Sun, 10 Jun 2012
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There is no permanent cure. The only way out when you are traveling in a vehicle driven by someone else is to take an appropriate anti-motion-sickness medicine half an hour before beginning the journey. The reason why you don't get it when you are driving yourself is that you have a wide front view due to which relative motion is much less as compared to the relative motion if you watch the surrounding through a side window.
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