If travel sickness makes going on a trip or holiday an absolute nightmare, motion sickness remedies can help to ease your symptoms so you can enjoy yourself. …read moreSee less
We stock motion sickness tablets from top brands like Phenergan and Kwells, which can help to ease seasickness, car sickness, and any other motion sickness. If you’d rather not take tablets, we also stock motion sickness bands, which use acupressure to ease your symptoms, and patches that can provide up to 72 hours of relief while you travel.
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Are there any non-drowsy travel sickness tablets?
Most travel sickness tablets can make you feel drowsy, although this can differ from person to person.
If you’re planning on driving and are worried about travel sickness tablets making you feel drowsy, we’d recommend asking someone else to drive if possible or using a remedy that isn’t medicated, such as a travel sickness wristband.
If these options aren’t going to work for you, ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice.
What causes travel sickness?
Motion or travel sickness occurs when the nervous system receives confusing messages from your senses, like your ear, skin pressure, muscle and joint receptors.
An example of motion sickness is when someone is on a boat or car and their ears sense movement up and down, left and right, but their eyes see a static view, as though they were not moving at all.
How do you cure motion sickness?
Although there’s no cure for motion sickness, there are ways to make managing your symptoms a little easier.
There are tablets that you can take for motion sickness, like promethazine hydrochloride, that can help to prevent you from feeling nauseous and vomiting.
There are also other options you can try, like avoiding caffeine and alcohol, and adding a distraction like listening to music (reading or watching a film tend to make symptoms worse).
Wearing a pressure band that applies electrical stimulation to an area may help, but studies are limited.
Which are the best travel sickness tablets for seasickness or car sickness?
Travel sickness is no different when you’re travelling in a boat, car, aeroplane or train, so any travel sickness tablet that works for you on one method of transport should work on them all.
With this in mind, the best travel sickness tablets will be the ones which work for you, so we’d advise speaking to your doctor or pharmacist if you’re unsure which to take.