Motion sickness, or car sickness, is a frequent disorder in children that can be particularly intense and unpleasant. It occurs in situations related to movement, such as traveling by car, train, plane or ship, but also in situations of play or recreation such as the use of some attractions in amusement parks. Car sickness in children occurs with nausea or vomiting, pallor or salivation, but also with dizziness, headache or widespread malaise.
Here are some suggestions to prevent car sickness: in cars or on vehicles traveling on wheels put the child in a position to look at the surrounding environment in the direction of travel
These small remedies can help you to prevent car sickness and to ensure that your child can move safely and calmly.