Motion Sickness Directory
Motion sickness is common -- it can occur in a car, plane, boat, roller coaster, from watching a movie or playing a video game. It's that feeling of dizziness and nausea that is caused by the eyes or inner ears sensing motion the body does not feel. Medication can sometimes be helpful in preventing motion sickness. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how motion sickness is caused, how to treat and prevent it, and much more.
Why Do I Get Motion Sickness?
Motion sickness is as old as recorded history, but there are simple ways to avoid and ease it.
Symptoms of Dizziness
You might feel dizzy for a number of reasons. Learn about the symptoms, treatments, and why it's important to tell your doctor exactly what you're feeling.
Nausea and Vomiting - Common Causes
WebMD explains the causes of nausea and vomiting -- and when to call the doctor.
WebMD walks you through first aid steps for dizziness, usually a symptom of another problem.