If you’ve had a heart attack while traveling by car, bus, plane or train, congratulations, you’re not alone. About 25 to 30 percent of the world’s population is a regular victim of it.
If you experience sweating, pale complexion, headache, indigestion, dizziness, headache, nervousness or anything else during the journey, it means that you are suffering from ‘motion sickness’.
CDC According to ‘this disease occurs when you are moving in such a way that your internal senses cannot adapt to the speed. Your ears are sensing movement while your eyes are not, and if they are, the sensation is not the same.’
In simple words, understand that the speed of eyes and ears is not matching.
This becomes even more so on a hilly road or on a twisty road. This happens because the synchronization of the eyes, ears and inner senses is further reduced. The traveler never knows when the next turn will come.
If you drive yourself, it doesn’t happen at all, why? Because at that point your eyes and ears are ‘on the same page.’
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This is a very serious problem for the automobile industry as well, which has to grow with time.
Those who have this problem, if they notice, when they are in a moving ride Screen After some time, the symptoms of this disease start. The Future of Vehicles More Screens in. More screens means worse health. The same is the case with electric vehicles. In vehicles with an engine, due to sound and vibration, the passenger’s body has little idea of the movement. Electric vehicles are silent and this silence increases the disease. But the issue has not been taken seriously in the car industry yet.
What is the possible solution to heart failure?
You have to figure out the solution to the problem yourself and what could it be?
- Try to sit in the front seat in the car or bus where you can see the road ahead.
- If you are on a plane, take a window seat equal to the wings, if you are on a boat, sit in the middle, if you are on a train, face the same side as the train is moving, i.e. a seat that is not opposite to the direction of movement. If you are in a ship, take the front or middle seat and stay on such a floor that it is close to the surface of the water.
- Whichever ride you’re in, try to get a window seat because it’s even better to look out and face up a little.
- Don’t try to read while riding, don’t use mobile screen too much. If you’ve done this and now feel uneasy, look out the window and try to see something a little further away.
- If you are in the car and it is possible to roll down the windows, open the window just a little, it will improve the understanding of the speed in the ears and eyes, fresh air will also improve the situation.
- If it is not possible to open the windows, turn the AC or fan towards your face and run it at full speed.
- If the heart is depressing and it is possible to straighten the back a little, then lie down with the head slightly elevated. The more comfortable the position, the better the health.
- Do not eat too much before traveling. Take small meals at regular intervals during travel as well. Absolutely starving will not solve the problem either. Understand that you usually eat twenty snacks, then eat five and keep eating the same amount every two hours.
- Avoid tea, coffee, fried foods, spicy foods or acidic foods.
- Drink more water and avoid alcohol etc.
- Listening to late songs etc can make a difference.
- Ginger, lemon, or anything with a sour taste may cause temporary relief.
- Doctors also prescribe medicine for this purpose. Try to eat it half an hour before the journey, the sleep will improve and the journey will be quite peaceful.
- A final tip is to book your travel in advance when you know you are going to be unwell and make sure you have everything you need to arrive at your destination calm and comfortable.