Dramamine Motion Sickness Relief Chewable Tablets, Orange Flavor, 8 ct

SKU# 30029

Dramamine Motion Sickness Relief Chewable Tablets, Orange Flavor, 8 ct

SKU# 30029
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Dramamine Motion Sickness Relief Chewable Tablets, Orange Flavor (8 ct.) provides up to 24 hours of protection from motion sickness symptoms and helps prevent nausea, dizziness, and vomiting.
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Dramamine Motion Sickness Relief Chewable Tablets, Orange Flavor, 8 ct
$4.99
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Dramamine Motion Sickness Relief Chewable Tablets, Orange Flavor (8 ct.) provides up to 24 hours of protection from motion sickness symptoms and helps prevent nausea, dizziness, and vomiting. Take your health to the next level with FSA eligible Over-the-Counter Meds Products.

Features:

  • Delivers all the relief of Dramamine Original Formula in a great tasting orange flavored tablet
  • Treats motion sickness symptoms on the spot, preventing nausea, dizziness, and vomiting
  • Easy-to-consume chewable tablet that’s suitable for on-the-go travel
  • Works best when taken as a precautionary measure
  • Powerful, fast relief from motion sickness

Specifications:

  • Orange flavor

Here are some tips to help:

1. Whether on a cruise ship, a jetliner or a sailboat—the middle of the vessel tends to be the steadiest. Stay mid boat at sea or reserve a seat over the wings when flying to avoid too many nauseating ups and downs.

2. If you know you are going on a rocky ocean fishing adventure or helicopter tour that is likely to cause motion sickness, take Dramamine BEFORE boarding. Dramamine works best when taken as a precautionary measure. It also eases motion sickness after the fact, but why risk getting sick?

3. Take a turn at the wheel. Driving the car or small watercraft may distract you from feeling nauseous. Ask your friends if you can act as a captain. If you begin to feel motion sick and can’t drive, at least sit in the front seat. You’ll feel better if you can face the direction in which you’re headed and stare at a non-moving object.

4. Steer clear of fumes. Ferryboats, in particular, seem to chug out a lot of stinky exhaust that can make a seagoer go from slightly motion sick to all out nauseated.

5. Toast your besties with a glass of bubbly ginger ale or stick to bottled water and focus on staying hydrated. Avoid alcohol, which can increase dehydration and nausea.

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