What about seasickness?

Seasickness is part of seafaring. Even experienced seafarers can get seasick every now and then. Seasickness refers to symptoms such as fatigue, headache, nausea and vomiting. This illness results from a temporary disturbance of the sense of balance caused by the swaying ship. However, seasickness is not a permanent condition. Nevertheless, there are some rules that can be followed when suffering from seasickness: One should not have a completely empty stomach, but should not eat nightshade vegetables, such as tomatoes, as well as no coffee, but should consume plenty of vitamin C.

Warm clothing and a hat are just as helpful as not going below deck. If you are looking for a remedy against seasickness, we recommend Nausyn® from Weleda. It is all-natural and has no dangerous side effects. However, it should only be the last choice, because a medication mainly fights the symptoms, but not the causes.

Medication may only be taken on board with the knowledge of the ship’s doctor.

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