Visually induced nausea causes characteristic changes in cerebral, autonomic and endocrine function in humans.

@article{Farmer2015VisuallyIN,
  title={Visually induced nausea causes characteristic changes in cerebral, autonomic and endocrine function in humans.},
  author={Adam D Farmer and Vin F Ban and Steven J. Coen and Gareth John Sanger and Gareth J. Barker and Michael Andrew Gresty and Vincent Giampietro and S. C. Williams and Dominic L Webb and Per M Hellstr{\"o}m and Paul L. R. Andrews and Q. Aziz},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={593 5},
  pages={1183-96}
}
An integrated understanding of the physiological mechanisms involved in the genesis of nausea remains lacking. We aimed to describe the psychophysiological changes accompanying visually induced motion sickness, using a motion video, hypothesizing that differences would be evident between subjects who developed nausea in comparison to those who did not. A motion, or a control, stimulus was presented to 98 healthy subjects in a randomized crossover design. Validated questionnaires and a visual… CONTINUE READING
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