Travel sickness is a common complaint, but one which can absolutely make life miserable if it is not dealt with. Everyone needs to travel at some time or another, and most people need to travel every day to get to work and to various social engagements.
Dealing with travel sickness and what to do if you have an accident
If you suffer badly with travel sickness then you may struggle with all types of transportation, whilst others may only feel really ill on certain types of transport. Whatever your issues with travel sickness, it is helpful to deal with them as quickly as possible, before you find yourself unable to travel anywhere!
- Drink water. If you can bring cold water with you, then this will help you to kill any nausea and bring down your anxiety. Just sip on the water throughout your journey, whenever you feel that your throat is becoming dry.
- Take travel sickness medication. There are various types of travel sickness medications on the market, and you can try taking these before and during your journey. Keep trying the various types of medication, all available over the counter, until you find one that works.
- Take lots of breaks. If you are not in a rush, try to take short, five minute breaks in your journey to help your sickness to subside before you start on the next leg. Make sure you leave plenty of time on any journey to make this possible.
- Try a different form of transportation. You may find that travel sickness is not an issue on a bus or train in the same way that it is in a car, or vice versa. If you do find this, then you should attempt to make most of your journeys by the method which offers you the least sickness.
How to find a law firm in Angus if you have an accident
For many people, travel sickness can be the result of anxiety about travel, caused by having an accident in the past. If you have had an accident which you feel was the fault of someone else, a law firm in Angus may be able to help you to process a claim against the person you believe to be at fault.
Finding a law firm in Angus may be easy, if you research online or ask friends and family, but you do want to be sure that your law firm in Angus will give you the best possible service. Call us at Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile if you don’t want to have to go through a law firm in Angus. You will speak to our friendly, helpful team, who are able to provide advice and support .
Date Published: 5th July 2014
Author: David Brown