Motion sickness susceptibility.

  title={Motion sickness susceptibility.},
  author={John Foster Golding},
  journal={Autonomic neuroscience : basic & clinical},
  volume={129 1-2},
Motion sickness can be caused by a variety of motion environments (e.g., cars, boats, planes, tilting trains, funfair rides, space, virtual reality) and given a sufficiently provocative motion stimulus almost anyone with a functioning vestibular system can be made motion sick. Current hypotheses of the 'Why?' of motion sickness are still under investigation, the two most important being 'toxin detector' and the 'vestibular-cardiovascular reflex'. By contrast, the 'How?' of motion sickness is… CONTINUE READING
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