Science Explains Why You Get Motion Sickness While Reading in a Car

Posted on Nov 08, 2016

Have you ever had that feeling where you couldn't let a book go even if you had to take a trip? Book enthusiasts usually have to pay a high price for that - they get dizzy and carsick. You can even throw up! However, science may have an explanation on why this happens.

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A Book Can Really Help You Get Through Those Long Hours
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Is there a better way than your favorite book to distract you from long drives? But most people often get sick if they read in a bus, car, or train. This is referred to as motion sickness.
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