Effect of sickness severity on habituation to repeated motion challenges in aircrew referred for airsickness treatment.

The aim of this study was to determine whether varying the predetermined malaise level at which provocative motion challenges were stopped would affect the habituation rate. At the rate of 2 per day, 21 motion challenges were delivered, stopping either at initial symptoms or at moderate nausea, on a cross-over design randomized between subjects (n = 20… CONTINUE READING