Effects of vestibular training on motion sickness, nystagmus, and subjective vertical.

@article{Clement2007EffectsOV,
  title={Effects of vestibular training on motion sickness, nystagmus, and subjective vertical.},
  author={Gilles Clement and Olivier D{\'e}guine and Mathieu Bourg and Anne Pavy-LeTraon},
  journal={Journal of vestibular research : equilibrium & orientation},
  year={2007},
  volume={17 5-6},
  pages={227-37}
}
Pitch head-and-trunk movements during constant velocity rotation are a provocative vestibular stimulus that produces vertigo and nausea. When exposed to this stimulus repeatedly, motion sickness symptoms diminish as the subjects habituate. Acetylleucine is a drug that is used to treat acute vestibular vertigo. In this study, we wanted to ascertain whether this drug (a) lessened motion sickness or delayed habituation; (b) accelerated the recovery following habituation; and (c) whether changes in… CONTINUE READING

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