1 During pregnancy, when women travel long distances by car or plane, some women experience nausea, dizziness or nausea. This is called motion sickness, car sickness, or air sickness.
2 Sensations are transmitted to the brain through the junction of the inner ear, eyes, and skin whenever we travel in any vehicle.
3 But sometimes during the journey, different sensory messages reach the brain through these organs. When traveling the eyes feel the motion, but different message can reach the brain through the ears
4 Also, sometimes the inner ear feels motion while travelling by plane. But a different message can be conveyed to the brain through the eye. Such different messages can cause motion sickness.
5 Feeling dizzy or nauseous may also be due to frequent heavy meals and immediate departure or lack of air and lack of ventilation.
6 If you plan to travel during pregnancy, be sure to inform your gynecologist or nearby doctor first.
7 You can also take doxylamine or antihistamine drugs to stop nausea and dizziness as advised by your doctor.
8 You can also use Vitamin B6 after consulting a doctor to treat dizziness or nausea. But you should stay away from pills as much as possible!
9 You can also avoid motion sickness by using some non-medicinal tricks. You can also use an acupressure bracelet after consulting a doctor.
10 Likewise, when travelling by car, seat preferably in the front seat. So that you do not suffer from vomiting or nausea.
11 If you are traveling by train or bus, sit facing the forward direction. This will definitely stop your nausea or headaches.
12 Keep the car or bus window as open as possible to allow fresh air to enter. So you will definitely feel better.
13 If you are travelling by plane, preferably sit on the wings of the aircraft, where shocks are less likely.
14 Avoid eating heavy foods or fatty snacks if possible before travelling. So even if your body or stomach moves downwards, you will not suffer from nausea.
15 Not all of the above measures will apply to all pregnant women. Therefore, the advice of your gynaecologist or doctor will definitely be useful for this.