Does your child suffer from motion sickness? You may have taken road trips when there children were babies and never had a problem with car sickness, only to have them get sick when they are toddlers. Children 2-12 are susceptible to motion sickness, including car sickness. Here are some tips to overcome the symptoms associated with motion sickness.
- Have your child look at objects outside the car as opposed to toys or books inside the car.
- Before and during the trip feed your child bland foods like crackers, gelatin, plain baked potatoes, applesauce and toast.
- Keep a good air flow going in the car.
- Stop and walk around when possible.
- If you have a large vehicle with three rows, try not to have your child in the way back as that can make the motion sickness worse.
- Keep Kids Upset Tummy and Nausea Relief on hand, it is a great safe and all natural way to alleviate some of the upset stomach and nausea that is caused by motion sickness.