Effects of motion sickness on thermoregulatory responses in a thermoneutral air environment

@article{Nobel2011EffectsOM,
  title={Effects of motion sickness on thermoregulatory responses in a thermoneutral air environment},
  author={Gerard Nobel and Arne Tribukait and Igor B Mekjavi{\'c} and Ola Eiken},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={112},
  pages={1717-1723}
}
Motion sickness (MS) has been identified as a non-thermal factor that can moderate autonomic thermoregulatory responses. It has been shown that MS exaggerates core cooling during immersion in cold (15°C) and luke-warm (28°C) water by attenuating cold-induced vasoconstriction. The aim of the present study was to investigate whether MS affects thermal balance in a thermoneutral air environment. Eleven subjects were exposed to rotation in two conditions, control (CN) and MS. In the CN condition… CONTINUE READING

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