Long distance driving comes with lots of challenges like car sickness that can really make your driving in Uganda a bad experience. Car sickness is associated with signs of dizziness, exhaustion, and nausea and sometimes sweating. Car sickness does not occur to a certain group of people, it cross cuts among all people of different ages.
Car sickness is a very dangerous thing to happen to the driver as this can make him/her get an accident due to the discomfort and dizziness that can lead to him/her lose consciousness. In the end running over something like a car or getting off the road which eventually leading to an accident.
Therefore a driver has to find redeems of hot to avoid car sickness on a Uganda self-drive expedition in order to have a serene voyage hence having a wonderful travel experience in Uganda.
Here are the tips of how to avoid car sickness on a Uganda self drive experience;
Proper Ventilation is paramount
If the driver and passengers have a cool and an aerated environment, car sickness comes nowhere close to happening. It is always recommendable to open the windows of the car while traveling or at times turn on the air conditioner so that the people inside the car can have enough air to respire. The best idea here is to point the direction of air conditioners towards you.
Good ventilation of the car makes the passengers and the driver to have fresh air in the car and also let out the bad odors that at times make breathing very hard as they intervene with the oxygen in the car environment.
Nap on Your Seat
Fatigue comes with lots discomfort in the body. So if you do not get enough rest and then get on the wheel, you are likely to accumulate fatigue which can lead to car sickness. Therefore it is commendable that you take enough rest before you get on a long distance journey or you should have an additional driver so that you can interchange while driving so that one can get a nap to get rid of the fatigue or tire.
Take the Front Seat
Car sickness occurs when the ear and the eyes have a mismatch of opinions. Going into the details, when a person is riding in the car, his eyes perceive that he is still in his position and nothing is moving whereas the inner ear feels the motion and thus a signal conflict occurs, which, in turn, leads to car sickness. But when you prefer sitting in the front seat, your eyes see that the road ahead of you is moving and so is your body feeling the motion.
This leads to a harmony between the eye and the ear signals, thus better chances of not developing on car sickness. An important fact to note here is that if you prefer driving your car, you would increase your chances of staying away from car sickness. It is recommended to look for driving tips to consider if you are vulnerable to car sickness.
Car sickness is very dangerous since it can lead to car accidents. Therefore it is of the traveler’s best interest to get to know the above three remedies of avoiding car sickness while on a Uganda self drive expedition.