ABSTRACT

Change motion sickness is a relatively normal affliction for many of us. It is also often described as "feeling sick". In practice, the feeling is caused in a change journey by the bends that arrive as a disruption for our brains expecting to advance in rectilinear motion. The sickness goes away relatively soon, and depending on the bends of change, the recovery takes perhaps only a few seconds or in the case of sensitive individuals, a few months.