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    Sea sickness?

    by KK Cruiser » Sat May 15, 2010 3:47 pm

    Hi,

    My girlfriend gets sea sick easily, has anyone been on a cruise? Do they move around much?

    I think there is a patch that you can get that stops motion sickness, but then can you drink booze?

    Thanks in advance if anyone knows.
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    Re: Sea sickness?

    by AlabastRDisastR » Sat May 15, 2010 5:35 pm

    "The Patch", you can only get with a prescription. Your girlfriend's doc will be able to educate you on it better than any of us would be able to, but I've actually heard(I have a friend who travels on planes quite a bit back home) that you sometimes become dizzy while taking it. So, obviously, it probably wouldn't be a good idea to over do the drinks. ALSO, I've heard it can cause hallucinations. Dunno how she'd feel about that, haha.

    Then there's good ol' Dramamine. I think you can still get that guy otc, right? But yea. I wouldn't recommend drinking. =/
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    Re: Sea sickness?

    by Blacktophat » Sat May 15, 2010 5:44 pm

    I think a good ol' gravol will do the trick :shred:
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    by AlabastRDisastR » Sat May 15, 2010 5:46 pm

    OH! She should try to chew ginger root!
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    Re: Sea sickness?

    by DrAmygdala » Sat May 15, 2010 5:56 pm

    Cruise ships don't rock too much, I could barely feel it when I was on one. My sister, on the other hand, she got sick... So if your girlfriend gets sea sick easily, she may be a lot more sensitive to the subtle movements. I'm not a real doctor, so I couldn't really tell you if it's bad to drink alcohol with the patch or other medication, but I would imagine it's not recommended.
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    by TOM CRUISE » Sun May 16, 2010 7:25 am

    The higher up you are on the ship the more rocking it gets. Literally. I do not recommend that she gets drunk.
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    Re: Sea sickness?

    by sideways » Sun May 16, 2010 12:25 pm

    AlabastRDisastR wrote:OH! She should try to chew ginger root!


    Thats a great idea, ginger is great for that kind of stuff!
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    Re: Sea sickness?

    by Schluckspecht666 » Tue May 18, 2010 5:20 am

    TOM CRUISE wrote:The higher up you are on the ship the more rocking it gets. Literally. I do not recommend that she gets drunk.


    I wanted to recommend the same thing. :cheers: :beerwink: :trashdrink: :heavydrink: :party:

    What's the deal with the ginger? Not that I would need it, but does that really work or is this just some kind of joke?
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    Re: Sea sickness?

    by VikingGirl » Tue May 18, 2010 6:16 am

    Schluckspecht666 wrote:What's the deal with the ginger? Not that I would need it, but does that really work or is this just some kind of joke?


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ginger#Nausea :) Haven't tried it myself, but I've been told by several people that it works
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    by debborah1 » Tue May 18, 2010 11:51 am

    ALSO, I've heard it can cause hallucinations. .......

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    by TOM CRUISE » Tue May 18, 2010 3:07 pm

    debborah1 wrote:ALSO, I've heard it can cause hallucinations. .......



    Yeah I heard that too as well as nutmeg consumption. So as a kid I was eating raw ginger sandwiches with nutmeg and I got nothing but a fucked up stomach......

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    Re: Sea sickness?

    by AlabastRDisastR » Tue May 18, 2010 4:47 pm

    TOM CRUISE wrote:
    debborah1 wrote:ALSO, I've heard it can cause hallucinations. .......



    Yeah I heard that too as well as nutmeg consumption. So as a kid I was eating raw ginger sandwiches with nutmeg and I got nothing but a fucked up stomach......

    :P


    You did it more than once? Not that I want to laugh at your digestive misadventures, but that's pretty funny, man. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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    Re: Sea sickness?

    by Psycho » Wed May 19, 2010 2:18 am

    My little sister also gets sea seakness really easily, and when we went to a cruise, she got pretty nauseous. But at least in that ship, you could ask for the patches and get them for free. The biggest problem with the patches IMO is that they work better as sleeping pills than as sickness-treating.

    But I§ve heard lots about the ginger, if she wants to drink, that'd be the best option. Taking medicines and mixing them with alcohol might end up pretty fucked up
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    Re: Sea sickness?

    by ida » Wed May 19, 2010 12:38 pm

    My sister and her family went on a cruise and she said that you can buy sea sick picks.
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    by Disaster Area » Wed May 19, 2010 12:44 pm

    ida wrote:My sister and her family went on a cruise and she said that you can buy sea sick picks.


    what? "sea sick picks" you mean like this???


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    by debborah1 » Wed May 19, 2010 12:59 pm

    Disaster Area wrote:
    ida wrote:My sister and her family went on a cruise and she said that you can buy sea sick picks.


    what? "sea sick picks" you mean like this???


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    Re: Sea sickness?

    by sheila » Wed May 19, 2010 4:33 pm

    I have use Bonnie, (its a pill) in the past with my kids. Seems to work pretty good. The ship usualy carries it. This will be my 5th cruise, we have found if you just stay out of your cabin and go to the top of the ship, it helps! Unless we hit some rough seas you will get used to the little movements the ship does. :death:
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    Re: Sea sickness?

    by TOM CRUISE » Wed May 19, 2010 6:04 pm

    AlabastRDisastR wrote:
    TOM CRUISE wrote:
    debborah1 wrote:ALSO, I've heard it can cause hallucinations. .......



    Yeah I heard that too as well as nutmeg consumption. So as a kid I was eating raw ginger sandwiches with nutmeg and I got nothing but a fucked up stomach......

    :P


    You did it more than once? Not that I want to laugh at your digestive misadventures, but that's pretty funny, man. :lol: :lol: :lol:


    Nah just once, I always tell taller tales than they should be, they might be the truth but might be fabricated. :lol:
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    Re: Sea sickness?

    by sheila » Wed May 19, 2010 7:53 pm

    What I found on Wikipedia.... Just thought it might help.
    Over-the-counter and prescription medications are readily available, such as Dramamine (dimenhydrinate)[15], Stugeron (cinnarizine), and Bonine/Antivert (meclizine).

    Scopolamine is effective[16] and is sometimes used in the form of transdermal patches (1.5 mg) or as a newer tablet form (0.4 mg). The selection of a transdermal patch or scopolamine tablet is determined by a doctor after consideration of the patient's age, weight, and length of time treatment is required.

    Interestingly, many pharmacological treatments which are effective for nausea and vomiting in some medical conditions may not be effective for motion sickness. For example, metoclopramide and prochlorperazine, although widely used for nausea, are ineffective for motion-sickness prevention and treatment. This is due to the physiology of the CNS vomiting centre and its inputs from the chemoreceptor trigger zone versus the inner ear. Sedating anti-histamine medications such as promethazine work quite well for motion sickness, although they can cause significant drowsiness.

    Ginger root is commonly thought to be an effective anti-emetic. One trial review indicated that sucking on crystallized ginger or sipping ginger tea can help to relieve the nausea,[17] while an earlier study indicated that it had only a placebo effect.[18] Tests conducted on the television shows Mythbusters and Food Detectives support the theory that ginger is an effective treatment for the nausea caused by motion sickness.[19]

    Ginger is reported to calm the pyloric valve located at the base of the stomach.[17] This relaxation of the valve allows the stomach to operate normally whereby the contents will enter the small intestine instead of being retained within the stomach. It is this undesirable effect of retention in the stomach that eventually results in vomiting. Vomiting is not seasickness but is only a symptom or side effect; although the effect most commonly associated with seasickness. This link reports on a ginger study; notice the comment about less vomiting when taking ginger, but not less nausea.[20] Stugeron is not available in the U.S. either over-the-counter or by prescription. It has been implicated in triggering palsy and has been banned by the FDA.[21]
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    Re: Sea sickness?

    by sheila » Wed May 19, 2010 7:55 pm

    The most common hypothesis for the cause of motion sickness is that it functions as a defense mechanism against neurotoxins.[7] The area postrema in the brain is responsible for inducing vomiting when poisons are detected, and for resolving conflicts between vision and balance. When feeling motion but not seeing it (for example, in a ship with no windows), the inner ear transmits to the brain that it senses motion, but the eyes tell the brain that everything is still. As a result of the disconcordance, the brain will come to the conclusion that one of them is hallucinating and further conclude that the hallucination is due to poison ingestion. The brain responds by inducing vomiting, to clear the supposed toxin.

    In the case of car sickness, visual stimuli moving by outside the vehicle creates visual sensory conflict, as the rest of the body senses it is still.


    This might explain the hallucinations too................. :death:
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    Re: Sea sickness?

    by Captain Metal » Thu May 20, 2010 12:32 am

    Glad I don't suffer from motion sickness, although I have gotten queasy a time or two after going on multiple carnival rides that whip you around at high speed. This after eating one of those giant corn dogs, go figure :lol:
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    by viathyn » Thu May 20, 2010 9:58 am

    I just looked at the deck plan and found out my room is at the VERY front of the boat and is actually directly above the water in the point of the bow! :headbanger:
    Good thing I don't get motion sickness of else I'd be fucked.
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    by debborah1 » Thu May 20, 2010 10:25 am

    viathyn wrote:I just looked at the deck plan and found out my room is at the VERY front of the boat and is actually directly above the water in the point of the bow! :headbanger:
    Good thing I don't get motion sickness of else I'd be fucked.

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    by viathyn » Thu May 20, 2010 10:31 am

    Yeah! I'm assuming you're in an interior room somewhere farther back, yes?
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    by debborah1 » Thu May 20, 2010 11:15 am

    viathyn wrote:Yeah! I'm assuming you're in an interior room somewhere farther back, yes?

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    by TOM CRUISE » Thu May 20, 2010 11:21 am

    Get this shit. I went to Maui in 1995 with a girlfriend and we got super fucking drunk one night at the Hard Rock in Lahaina and the next day we had chartered snorkeling cruise in the mid morning.

    So we had a big breakfast, eggs, sausage and potatoes and toast and coffee and juice. And we are on the boat and my g/f said her stomach was doing backflips. So we end up jumping in the water with a group of about 15 people. they gave us little sacks of bread to feed the fish. My girl and I are down there and there are tons of fish, clown fish and other brilliant coloured fish. Well suddenly I look at her and she is puking underwater. It was really kind of cool. Chunks of breakfast floating around and the fish went crazy fighting over pieces of bile soaked sausage. Of course my girlfriend was mortified because others could see what was going on.

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    by AlabastRDisastR » Thu May 20, 2010 11:34 am

    viathyn wrote:I just looked at the deck plan and found out my room is at the VERY front of the boat and is actually directly above the water in the point of the bow! :headbanger:
    Good thing I don't get motion sickness of else I'd be fucked.


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    by viathyn » Thu May 20, 2010 12:01 pm

    AlabastRDisastR wrote:
    viathyn wrote:I just looked at the deck plan and found out my room is at the VERY front of the boat and is actually directly above the water in the point of the bow! :headbanger:
    Good thing I don't get motion sickness of else I'd be fucked.


    Pfft. It'll just rock you to sleep at night!

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    by viathyn » Thu May 20, 2010 12:02 pm

    TOM CRUISE wrote:Get this shit. I went to Maui in 1995 with a girlfriend and we got super fucking drunk one night at the Hard Rock in Lahaina and the next day we had chartered snorkeling cruise in the mid morning.

    So we had a big breakfast, eggs, sausage and potatoes and toast and coffee and juice. And we are on the boat and my g/f said her stomach was doing backflips. So we end up jumping in the water with a group of about 15 people. they gave us little sacks of bread to feed the fish. My girl and I are down there and there are tons of fish, clown fish and other brilliant coloured fish. Well suddenly I look at her and she is puking underwater. It was really kind of cool. Chunks of breakfast floating around and the fish went crazy fighting over pieces of bile soaked sausage. Of course my girlfriend was mortified because others could see what was going on.

    :lol: :lol:

    I love Lahaina! Good choice.

    I can vividly picture exactly what you described..
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    by TOM CRUISE » Thu May 20, 2010 12:12 pm

    Thanks, it was my 2nd time there. I want to go back. I found out a classmate from high school has moved to Honolulu and she found me on Facebook and said that I should go over for a visit. Then I can hope a small plane to Maui......
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    by viathyn » Thu May 20, 2010 12:17 pm

    My mom just moved to Lahaina. It's a great excuse for me to go to hawaii!
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    by Narwhal » Thu May 20, 2010 12:23 pm

    Wow. And to think I almost missed a good underwater barf story, from being away for a couple days. :viking:

    Dude -- by the by, ginger works wonders on me. Just seconding, thirding, eigteenthing that suggestion. :)
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    by AlabastRDisastR » Thu May 20, 2010 12:52 pm

    Narwhal wrote:Wow. And to think I almost missed a good underwater barf story, from being away for a couple days. :viking:

    Dude -- by the by, ginger works wonders on me. Just seconding, thirding, eigteenthing that suggestion. :)


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    by cyx » Fri May 21, 2010 5:25 am

    AlabastRDisastR wrote:
    Narwhal wrote:Wow. And to think I almost missed a good underwater barf story, from being away for a couple days. :viking:

    Dude -- by the by, ginger works wonders on me. Just seconding, thirding, eigteenthing that suggestion. :)


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    by nymphet » Fri May 21, 2010 9:13 am

    TOM CRUISE wrote: Well suddenly I look at her and she is puking underwater. It was really kind of cool. Chunks of breakfast floating around and the fish went crazy fighting over pieces of bile soaked sausage. Of course my girlfriend was mortified because others could see what was going on.
    :lol: :lol:

    That was soooooooooo funny. I got cramps laughing... Lucky fish! :D

    Although I don't get any sea sickness at all, I get major "sea legs" for several days after being on the cruise only for 2.5 days. I bet it would last a month after this one :P
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    by AlabastRDisastR » Fri May 21, 2010 11:41 am

    cyx wrote:
    AlabastRDisastR wrote:
    Narwhal wrote:Wow. And to think I almost missed a good underwater barf story, from being away for a couple days. :viking:

    Dude -- by the by, ginger works wonders on me. Just seconding, thirding, eigteenthing that suggestion. :)


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    by cyx » Fri May 21, 2010 8:21 pm

    AlabastRDisastR wrote:OH HEY. Who are you again? ;)


    YOUR GODDAMN CABIN MATE. (the WURST one.)

    :party:
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    Re: Sea sickness?

    by AlabastRDisastR » Sat May 22, 2010 3:42 am

    cyx wrote:
    AlabastRDisastR wrote:OH HEY. Who are you again? ;)


    YOUR GODDAMN CABIN MATE. (the WURST one.)

    :party:


    I have multiple WURSTmates.
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