Getting seasickness on a boat trip is a disaster and can ruin the whole excitement. However. everyone can experience seasickness. Some people can even get seasickness very easily and severely. And it can be so much disgusting to see someone else is having the nausea and vomiting around us because it makes us feel the same way, too. Seasickness is a response of your body to an uncommon balance situation and it is totally a normal thing to experience, so there is no need to be embarrassed about it. But, since a Komodo liveaboard budget trip should be exciting, you should prevent encounter such disturbance. Here are some things you can do to avoid seasickness during your Komodo liveaboard trip.
Rest and nourish well before Komodo liveaboard budget trip
Seasickness is a condition that occurs to your body. So, preparing a good stamina before the Komodo liveaboard budget trip is something that you should absolutely do to prevent seasickness. You can best prepare your stamina by having enough sleep the night before the trip. According to research conducted by U.S. Navy, good sleep before taking a boat trip may preclude the occurrence of seasickness because it prevents disruption to the vestibular system (located in small cavities hollowed out of bone within each ear) habituation process. Besides that, you should also pay attention to your food and drinks. While alcohol, caffeine, and soda are those drinks to avoid before your boat trip, you should also avoid spicy food and a large portion of meals. Most importantly, you should stay hydrated and do not let your stomach empty.
Take seasickness medications or natural remedies
Since seasickness is caused by neural activity in the form of the balance-sensing system (inner ear, eyes, and sensory nerves), you can avoid the pain and the discomfort by taking a pill that contains antihistamines. Such pills will help soothe the nerves around your balance-sensing neurons or suppress the brain’s vomiting response. Anyway, the seasickness pills are not only best consume before taking the Komodo liveaboard budget boat to prevent the symptoms of seasickness to occur. You can also take the pills after the seasickness occurred to help you reduce and cure the illness. As a substitution of chemical medications, you can choose natural remedies such as ginger, peppermint aromatherapy, vitamin B6 or B1 and chamomile tea. When you can get a healing from nature, why should you take the chemical ones, right?