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How can I prevent seasickness?
Over the counter and prescribed medications are available, but there are a few extra tricks that can help. Ginger is recommended as a natural remedy; you can find ginger pills at a health food store, or try drinking some ginger ale. You should also eat before getting on a boat, and be sure not to let your stomach get too empty. Head for the center of the ship--the most stable part--if you start to feel queasy. When planning a cruise, book your cabin there. And consider avoiding the rough waters of the open Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. Instead, try the more placid waters of the Caribbean or Mediterranean Sea.


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