Do motion sickness tablets help with anxiety and nausea?
- 15 Jun 2018 by L700
- 24 June 2018 (8 weeks ago)
- anxiety, motion sickness, nausea/vomiting, brain, stomach, tablet, pill
I was wondering since nausea caused by anxiety is essentially more mental as opposed to being a physical stomach upset, would motion sickness pills help since they work by blocking the brains signals which cause nausea and vomiting?
They might stop the nausea but not the anxiety. See someone and get treated for your anxiety. I have GAD and SAD and have found that only 2mg's of Clonazepam (Klonopin) per day allows me to lead a semi-normal life.
They might help you sleep. That's what they do to me. I take several things for my anxiety, but have never tried this specifically for that but I know when traveling they put me out.
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