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A lot happens to your body when suffering from seasicknes­s:

n Brain is confused by contrastin­g inputs, sometimes also making us drowsy n Eye muscles attempt to compensate for the motion by stretching n Inner ear feeds conflictin­g signals to the brain n Salivary glands produce extra saliva to protect the mouth from stomach acids n Diaphragm contracts, pressuring the stomach, eventually causing us to be sick

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