Byrnath
Contributor Level: Captain

Feeling Queasy?

Never been seasick myself,even when sailing the Caribbean during hurricane Hugo in 1989 !   (Think roller coaster)    But I read that green apples and crackers can help alleviate the nausea.  Ask your cabin steward or waiter... hope it helps.

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noname111
Contributor Level: Captain

I'm not inclined to seasickness either but my sister has it occasionally. She swears by green apples, crackers, ginger-ale, and going to a place on the ship where she can look out at the horizon.  

Byrnath
Contributor Level: Captain

Thanks for contributing... hope someone benefits from the info

 

glomarrone
Contributor Level: Admiral

Although I rarely experience seasickness, I always bring Bonine with me.  It does not make you drowsy.  Some people swear by the wrist rubber bands or ginger tablets; others prefer the patch behind the ears.  I would recommend ginger ale and crackers.  Also go down low in the ship and book a cabin mid ship on a low deck.  Getting out in the fres air might help, too.. 

JusMe
Moderator
Contributor Level: Captain

The only time I have felt queasy on a cruise is when I have looked at the sign and sail bill on the last night Wink

Bubba54
Contributor Level: Captain

Too funny!Happy

glomarrone
Contributor Level: Admiral

Funny guy!

 

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