Sopite syndrome: a sometimes sole manifestation of motion sickness.

@article{Graybiel1976SopiteSA,
  title={Sopite syndrome: a sometimes sole manifestation of motion sickness.},
  author={Ashton Graybiel and J C Knepton},
  journal={Aviation, space, and environmental medicine},
  year={1976},
  volume={47 8},
  pages={873-82}
}
Drowsiness is one of the cardinal symptoms of motion sickness; therefore, a symptom-complex centering around "drowsiness" has been identified which, for convenience, has been termed the sopite syndrome. Generally, the symptoms characterizing this syndrome are interwoven with other symptoms but under two circumstances the sopite syndrome comprises the main or sole overt manifestation of motion sickness. One circumstance is that in which the intensity of the eliciting stimuli is closely matched… CONTINUE READING

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