Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Seasick? Cure Spontaneous Chumming

I've been fortunate enough to never suffer from seasickness , but I know a lot of people who are very prone to this ailment. There are several different ways to combat seasickness and a few things you can do to help prevent it. Today , I have another great article courtesy of EarthSports.com that will help you minimize the impact of seasickness on your next offshore trip.

Seasick? Cure Spontaneous Chumming

by John Unkart

First, a nauseous feeling swells over the body. Then moisture begins to gather in the mouth, followed by a miniature eruption down in the pit of the stomach. A moment later as you hang over the transom, a perfectly good breakfast is wasted and the thought crosses your mind: “has anyone died from being seasick?” Well, no one has died to my knowledge—although I’ve watched hundreds of anglers wish they were dead!

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1 comment:

  1. I must admit I am a chummer. I never was up until about 5 years ago I got a horrible ear infection and ever since then I get motion sickness....even turning in circles, I'm done. I may or may not own stock on Darmamine ;)


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