Motion Sickness

Motion Sickness

Motion sickness happens when the brain can’t respond properly to a motion it doesn’t understand. Inner ear imbalance is usually at the root of motion sickness symptoms. Lack of oxygen at heights can play a role. Jet lag is the inability of internal body rhythm (circadian rhythm), to resynchronize after sudden shifts in sun time over more than 2 time zones. Natural therapies can ease symptoms and help improve equilibrium.