Hormonal status and fluid electrolyte metabolism in motion sickness.

@article{Grigoriev1988HormonalSA,
  title={Hormonal status and fluid electrolyte metabolism in motion sickness.},
  author={A. I. Grigoriev and I. A. Nichiporuk and Vik V Yasnetsov and V. S. Shashkov},
  journal={Aviation, space, and environmental medicine},
  year={1988},
  volume={59 4},
  pages={301-5}
}
In the first experimental series, 10 healthy male test subjects with a high susceptibility to motion sickness showed a significant increase of ACTH, cortisol, STH, prolactin, ADH, aldosterone concentrations, and plasma renin activity after vestibular tests. The 10 subjects with a moderate susceptibility exhibited a still higher increase of the hormones, except plasma renin. The 8 test subjects with a low susceptibility displayed a considerable increase in ACTH, cortisol, and STH after… CONTINUE READING