I suffer badly with sea sickness (even on a rowing boat!) I went on the destiny and found if i took one travel sickness tablet 30 mins before we sailed i was absolutely fine.
Get some tablets from the pharmacist and start taking them the day before you sail. Don't wait until you get sick. Take them every day (or as directed) and don't skip one! If don't you'll regret it! Forget the wrist bands - they don't work.
Hope youll forgive me for a little jest. Regarding armbands. (No they dont work. Husband will testify for that) We have seen so many with these on during the calmest of seas and say these really do work. Not felt queasy at all. Sea sickness is not nice Tablets DO help, but failing everything an injection from the Doc. will sort it.The only other thing the more cruises you do the more immune you get. Husband was terrible, but I kept booking these cruises and now hes brilliant. The armbands may work if you believe they will. Its mind over matter (Or so they say) Happy cruising.
Sorry, meant wristbands. Its this SNOW. Got to do something, even if its only on the computer.
Hiya, Sturgeron seem to be a good choice other then getting the jab on the ship, sturgeron you can pick up at most chemists, I'll be!!!!
Great thanks Stugeron are the tablets i have so will give them a go.
Type sea sickness into the "select a topic" box at the head of this site and yu willfind that a number of us have answered this in detail several times each.cynthia.
The Carib is often like a millpond.
For a 'belt and braces' approach you could try ginger in addition to the Stugeron. Crystalised ginger or ginger tablets (from health food shops) have been scientifically proven to work, even ginger ale or ginger nut biscuits are said to help. Have a lovely holiday.
Great advice thanks.
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