Rides and motion sickness

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  1. Isafari

    Isafari Well-Known Member

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    I get terrible motion sickness on the rides. Can anyone recommend anything for me that doesn't cause drowsiness but actually works.

    I can do things like Haunted Mansion and Buzz Lightyear but not much else.
    Big Thunder Mountain/Seven Dwarfs/Men In Black etc... all make me ill for a few hours after the ride.
    Everest/Mummy/Star Wars all made me physically sick.

    There is just myself and hubby and he loves the rides but doesn't do many as he doesn't like the thought of me standing around waiting... even though I have protested and I am totally fine with waiting.

    I'd love to go on say Cheetah Hunt together and scream from excitement and actually have fun... but am I hoping for too much? :embarassed:
     
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    Non-drowsy Dramamine. They sell it in the parks as well in case you forget to take it.
     
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    Have you tried the motion sickness travel bands you wear on your wrists?

    I went through a phase of getting dizzy when travelling (although never really sick) and the difference these little velcro straps made was unbelievable.
     

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