Stop Air Sickness with Motioneaze
In this day and age, the fastest way travel far distances is by air. Unfortunately for those who are sensitive to motion sickness, flying can often be something they would like to avoid, even if they enjoy visiting far away relatives or vacationing in new locations. However, Motioneaze provides a quick, on the go solution to air sickness symptoms.
A drop behind your ears for quick relief
You can apply Motioneaze before you step foot on the plane or unlike alternatives, even after your flight has started. Simply put a drop on the side of the head behind each earlobe. The vial is so small you can keep it in your pocket, literally unnoticeable to others.
If you forgot to apply it beforehand, and feel that old familiar flip of the tummy, you can also apply it then and in 3-5 minutes you will notice the difference. Keep Motioneaze in your carry on, brief case or purse for use when you need it and then you will be able to enjoy all your flights. Because Motioneaze is made with all natural ingredients so it works well, even for children.
Enjoy Air Travel with Motioneaze
- Recommended by doctors and flight crews
- No drugging side effects – all natural ingredients
- Quick relief in 5 minutes even after you start to feel queasy.
- Just a drop behind each ear
- No pills
All natural, no side effects
Motioneaze contains a proprietary blend of highly concentrated, herbal oils. No drugs, artificial additives or stimulants—of any kind.
This is especially important on long flights when you don’t want to take prescription drugs day after day. Professionals in the sky such as pilots, flight attendants, and US Air Marshalls also appreciate that Motioneaze has no side effects.
What Causes Air Sickness?
Air sickness (or motion sickness) is a general sense of not feeling well (malaise), nausea, vomiting, headache and sweating that occur with movement. It develops when the inner ear, eyes and other areas of the body that detect motion send conflicting messages to the brain.
Air sickness occurs when one part of the balance-sensing system (inner ear, joints and muscles or vision) may indicate that the body is moving, while the other parts do not sense motion. For example, when a person is in the cabin of a moving plane, the inner ear may sense the motion of flight, but the eyes don’t see any movement. This leads to a conflict between the senses and results in motion sickness.
Air Sickness Prevention and Relief Tips
Air sickness can happen both to those new to the flight and experienced travelers. Even 29% of airline pilots will get severe airsickness sometimes [Source: Motion-Sickness.org]. Try these airsickness tips:
- Try to sit in the more stable positions of the plane, like over the wings
- Focus on something far away or look out the window if you are in a window seat rather than something close (like reading)
- Drinking a carbonated drink may help
- Open up your overhead fan. Ventilation is helpful.
- Avoid alcohol
- Get plenty of rest beforehand
- Stay hydrated – drink plenty of water
And of course you can take Motioneaze even after you begin to feel queasy. In just 3-5 minutes you will feel relief.
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We are confident that Motioneaze will work for you. If you are unhappy with Motioneaze for any reason, simply return the unused portion for a full refund—no questions asked.