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motion sickness

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmotion sicknessˈmotion ˌsickness noun [uncountable] especially American English  TTMIa feeling of illness that some people get when travelling by car, boat, plane etc syn travel sickness, carsickness, seasickness British English
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motion sicknessThey were useful for treating allergic disorders and also as sedatives and remedies for motion sickness.In fact, some players report motion sickness.We are investigating the possibility that motion sickness may be a factor in the unpleasantness of transportation.They were able to read without the usual motion sickness they frequently get riding in a car.By manipulating how the virtual scene moves with your body movements, we may be able to help people with motion sickness.
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