The summer holidays are approaching and with them the section on long journeys by road, rail, sea or air. But who can claim to have remained unmoved while crossing the archipelago of seven islands off the Pink Granite Coast in this boat that smells so strongly of gasoline? Or didn’t slip on the bus collecting the Gap to Barcelonet in the middle of the beautiful mountains of the Ubaye Valley in the Southern Alps? We all have memories of a trip gone wrong. How to explain motion sickness? Can we cut it? Le Figaro conducted an interview with two specialists.
We are not all equal before this phenomenon, which in medical jargon is called “kinetosis”. Some can read in the car, even on winding roads, while others already feel a little nauseous on the TGV. “Women, especially when they are pregnant, and children between the ages of 6 and 12 are particularly susceptible.Professor Alexis reports…
Source: Le Figaro
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