Causes of motion sickness

The body senses movement and controls balance primarily from the vestibular, ocular and its own sensory systems. Motion sickness occurs when the different sensory systems of the body do not share the same information about movement and conflict.
For example, when we are riding in a car, our body feels the bumpy movement, but our eyes look at the car is relatively still, the vestibular system in the ears feels different information, then the brain receives these mixed information, which creates a conflict, the body has dizziness, nausea, vomiting and other discomfort symptoms.

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