Is There Over-The-Counter Medication That Prevents Motion Sickness?

One of the issues that came into focus after the creation of the freeway systems in the U.S. in the 50s and 60s was the problem of motion sickness while riding in cars. Before the freeway systems were built, most U.S. residents seldom ventured beyond a 50-mile radius of their home communities like Tempe. Once extended vacation drives came into fashion, rear seat occupants began to complain about motion sickness issues.

The quick response to recurring motion sickness in individuals is the over-the-counter products that include doses of meclizine—Bonine, Antivert, or Dramamine. The first inclination of parents was to decline the use of these products as a drug for children. After much publicity and community explanation, the products grew a vast clientele.

At Wheels in Motion Auto Sales we recommend the use of these over-the-counter drugs as a hedge against motion sickness. No one wants to sit beside a vomiting child in a car.

 

 

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