DescriptionMotion Sickness in Children
Motion sickness can happen from any kind of movement. Motion sickness is a normal response to abnormal stimuli. The peak incidence occurs in children under 12 years, but it is uncommon in infants. Children usually feel sick in the stomach when travelling in a car, airplane, boat or train. This sickness is caused by reception of wrong signals by eyes, muscles, skin receptors, and inner ears.
This app talks about the occurrence of motion sickness in children.
Contents of this app:
** Causes of motion sickness.
** Dealing with motion sickness.
** Consulting a doctor.
If you or your child suffer from motion sickness, there are plenty of options that can help ease the nausea caused by movement. Kids are resilient and they often recover quickly. Children often get motion sickness more than adults. Early symptoms of motion sickness include hot flushes, dribbling and paleness.
This app gives you an insight about motion sickness in children and ways to deal with it.
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Note: motion sensor games, motion tracker, motion x gps have no relevant information.