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    Sick Box for Motion Sickness prevention and treatment

    This post was sponsored by Dramamine® as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central.

    This is it. You’re finally on that big trip you’ve been planning! The drive is picturesque. The ocean view is breathtaking. The wind in your hair is intoxicating! The way your stomach rolls with every turn…well, it’s definitely putting a damper on your trip.

    Or your dreams are finally coming true as you stand on the deck of that deep sea fishing boat in Alaska! But the waves have you hanging your head over the edge.

    Or you’ve been waiting in line for this ride for 45 minutes. When you finally get on and get going, you wish you’d stayed on a park bench with an ice cream cone. Or better yet, you wish you’d stayed home!

    Do those scenarios sound familiar? They do to us, because we’ve experienced every single one of them. Mostly my husband, since he’s more prone to motion sickness than I am. And let me tell you, feeling yucky sucks the fun out of anything.

    When you plan a trip, you try to plan for every angle. What if your wallet gets stolen, what if you get lost, where to go if your flip flops give you big infected blisters and you need shoes that don’t go between your toes? (I’m not being dramatic. That happened to me in Hawaii!)

    Sometimes what we don’t plan for is the possibility that those picturesque drives or the ferry across open water will leave us a little weak in the tummy. But when it does happen, you know who to turn to.

    Dramamine motion sickness relief

    If nausea and vomiting strikes, be sure to have a sick box on hand.

    Make a sick box for your car so you'll never have to be without your Dramamine!

    You can buy a simple pencil box (they’re on sale right now because of back to school shopping!), and fill it with some of the following:

    Plastic bag or two (with zip-seal)
    Hand sanitizer
    A bottle of water
    Hand wipes
    Sanitizing cleaning wipes
    Dramamine ® Non-Drowsy Naturals

    Dramamine ® Non-Drowsy Naturals is the perfect addition to your sick box!

     

    Stow it safely in your car or suitcase to bring with you on your trip, and you’ll never be sorry for traveling.

    But what if our motion sickness medicine makes us drowsy? We’ll be too tired to enjoy the sights and smells!

    Luckily, the most trusted brand for motion sickness has a new natural formula. Dramamine ® Non-Drowsy Naturals is new! Each dose has the clinically proven amount of ginger needed to ease your nausea and vomiting. You know you’ll get exactly what you need, instead of too much or too little as when you suck on ginger candies or chew ginger gum.

    Dramamine ® Non-Drowsy Naturals

     

    And since Dramamine ® Non-Drowsy Naturals is made from natural ginger, it’s safe to use every day of your travels!

    One of the things I love the most about Dramamine ® Non-Drowsy Naturals is that it prevents and treats, not just treats nausea and vomiting from motion sickness. So if you take it half an hour before your travels, you won’t even have to deal with the yucky symptoms!

    It’s available pretty much anywhere you shop, so grab this coupon and save!

    And the next time you’re feeling that salty ocean water, you can breathe deep and smile instead of running for the nearest garbage can!

    What would you put in your sick box?

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