The following tips may help you avoid
motion sickness when you travel:
When you fly, request a seat near the wings.
When you travel on a ship, try to book a cabin near the middle of the vessel
and near the waterline. Move your head as little as possible. Try
to keep your head still by resting it on a headrest. Head movement can increase
motion sickness. When you're on a boat, try to get fresh air. When
you're on the deck, look at a fixed point on the horizon. When you
travel by car, avoid reading or watching TV or videos. Avoid
drinking alcohol or eating a heavy meal before travel. Do not eat
or drink during short trips. During an extended flight, eat small
meals of foods that are easy to digest before and during a flight to help
reduce nausea and vomiting. Try to avoid strong odors and spicy
If you do have symptoms of motion sickness, the following
Tips for Taking Care of Hearing Aids
The following suggestions will help you care for hearing aids:
Keep hearing aids away from heat and moisture.
Replace dead batteries immediately.
Clean hearing aids as instructed.
Do not use hairspray or other hair care products while wearing hearing aids.
Turn off hearing aids when they are not in use.
Keep replacement batteries and small aids away from children and pets.
Be careful not to drop the hearing aid.
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Eat a few dry soda crackers. Sip on
clear, carbonated drinks such as ginger ale. Get some fresh
air. Lie down or at least keep your head still.
WebMD Medical Reference from Healthwise
March 15, 2013
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