Doctor please help Motion SicknessHello dr I am Sarmad from Pakistan. I am suffering from motion sickness like whenever I sit in a vehicle my head gets heavy, nausea, sweating, dizziness and vomits please I want I need a good doctor to suggest me a perfect medicine. Thanx
Sarmadqm on 2017-01-10
The best way to prevent motion sickness is to take Cocculus half an hour before the journey, and take either cocculus, tabacum ,petroleum, or pulsatilla during the journey depending on the symptoms.
Tabacum relieves those people who feel better if they sit in the car by closing their eyes. For these people, sitting at a car window and watching the scenery as the car goes along produces a severe nausea.
Petroleum helps those who feel the sickness more in their stomach.
If there is nausea with faintness and occasional vomiting cocculus is the remedy.
If the vomiting occurs whenever there is a bumpy ride, tabacum is the remedy. It has the vomiting on least motion.
Petroleum has the least vomiting among the three, and it has marked reeling sensation.
Pulsatilla: When the only relief is to have the window down (fresh air).
♥ gavinimurthy last yearThank you very much Mr. Murthy. actually i have mentioned my symptoms before that whenever i sit in car first of all my head gets heavy as someone has put the burden on my head, after i start feeling nausea with burps, then dizziness and vomits. Fresh air and closing eyes gives me some relief but as soon as i open my eyes i start vomiting again.
Sarmadqm last yearTake cocculus 200c..4 pills half an hour before the journey.
Keep Tabacum 200c pills on hand. Take one dose every half an hour ..total six doses in all and observe.
Avoid air conditioned vehicles. Keep the glass windows down while travelling and let fresh air come in. Sit with closed eyes till the journey is completed.
♥ gavinimurthy last year
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