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Seasickness. View of a woman holding her hand to her mouth on a boat, suffering from seasickness. Seasickness is a form of motion sickness. Motion sickness is due to the effect of repetitive movement on the organ of balance in the inner ear. It varies in severity from a feeling of discomfort to excessive nausea and vomiting. The complaint is usually controlled by the use of antiemetic drugs which reduce nausea.
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