Airplane rides can be so much fun! At takeoff things on land turn from normal to super tiny. Before you know it, you are above the fluffy clouds already! This may result to nausea, ear-popping, headache among others. Not all of us can afford to get reserved seats during booking, but if you can choose seats by or near the wings of the aircraft. This is the most stable part of the plane. If you are unable to do that, the following might provide temporary relief for you during your flight.
1. Take Medication
There are several over-the-counter medicines available that could get rid of motion sickness. Take the medication at least thirty minutes or an hour before your scheduled departure. When taking long flights, ask your doctor to prescribe you with scopolamine patches that you can purchase and bring with you during your trip. These patches can provide aid up to 72 hours. However, if you are a pilot or a flight attendant, it is best to consult your aviation physician for cure to airsickness.