In this post by Eva Hill in Spinsheet, she runs through some of the more popular remedies for seasickness. As she points out, what works for one doesn’t mean it necessarily works for others.
Before we set out for our six-month sailing sabbatical, one of the most important items I’d provisioned was a 1000-count bucket of meclizine (also known as Bonine, Dramamine II, Antivert), the remedy I’d finally found which kept seasickness at bay, while allowing me to remain conscious and enjoy alcoholic beverages. Until I found what worked for me, I could not so much as walk on a floating dock, much less spend time on a boat, without getting nauseated. Read More