Seasickness Tips for Paddlers
Here’s a great article on Seasickness for Paddlers (Kayakers and SUPs) – from Paddling.net
Any paddler who has suffered the green-gilled demon of seasickness, with the dizziness, nausea, excessive salivation (or worse!) has wished he were instead sitting under a stationary shade tree.
What is Seasickness?
Seasickness or motion sickness is caused by a part of the inner ear sending signals to the brain that do not match the sensations of motion generated by the eyes. For example, while seated comfortably reading a magazine aboard a ship or plane, your immediate surroundings appear to be a stable, motionless place, when in fact the vessel is pitching and rolling. Your eyes see one thing while your built-in motion/balance sensors detect something very different. Read Rest of Story…
Learn more from the Waggoner’s Guide –
DON’T ROCK THE BOAT: PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF SEASICKNESS ON A RECREATIONAL VESSEL. Read the Article