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How is seasickness spread?

Page last updated 28 February 2019

Seasickness is not really considered a disease, and it is not something you catch. However, there are certain people who are more prone to seasickness than others, including women more so than men, children more so than adults and if you have had motion sickness in the past you may have worse symptoms in the future by expecting to experience seasickness.

Sources & Citations

  1. Victoria State Government. Better Health Channel. Motion sickness. Available at: https://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/health/healthyliving/motion-sickness (accessed 25 October 2018).

SPANZ.SAPAS.18.10.0393 - Date of preparation October 2018