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Old 03-08-2005, 07:38   #31
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Seasickness

Wow, what a lot of info!!

What I can gather from all of this is that all motion in a saeway will affect all of us in a different way and to different degrees.

Multi vs Mono; on deck or below; medicated or not, eaten or not, all make for a huge number of variables that make the diagnosis and treatment an inexact science.

I am lucky in that I have never had really bad seasickness. Maybe because as a younger person I used to go out of my way to catch a ride on the Manly Ferry (Sydney Harbour) on really rough days.

Steve

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