When fishing at sea, strong winds and waves will cause the hull to sway. In severe cases, even experienced sea anglers will get seasick. What should I do if I experience seasickness?
1. Close your eyes and rest
Seasickness is caused by people who are constantly doing linear shifts, bumps, and swaying movements along with the hull, causing the vestibular and semicircular canals of the inner ear to be over-sensitive. It can also be regarded as a kind of fatigue after overwork. So at this time, the first thing for seasickers is to do Close your eyes and rest. The rest place should be well ventilated, not close to fishy smell, or heavy cigarette smell.
2. Take seasickness medicine
If the seasickness is severe, the face will turn pale, cold sweats, nausea, and vomiting. If rest cannot be relieved, you need to take a special seasickness medicine. For example: Valium tablets, motion sickness tablets and the like. However, these drugs work for a period of time. During this time, seasick people can chat with friends, listen to music and other distractions, and eat some ginger, plum and the like.
3. Don’t smoke or drink alcohol
When you are seasick, smoking and drinking can not relieve the symptoms of seasickness. Cigarettes can aggravate the symptoms of nausea, while alcohol can paralyze the regulation of nerves and make the symptoms of dizziness worse. Although the delicacy of sea fishing is more enjoyable with alcohol, people who are seasick should not drink alcohol for the time being, and try not to drink alcohol even if a friend advises it.
4. Maintain adequate rest time
In addition to the objective reasons for seasickness, poor physique is also a cause, and poor physique cannot be changed all at once. Therefore, after seasickness symptoms improve, the seasickness should not be overly fatigued, and maintain sufficient rest time to avoid repeated seasickness.
With these tips, would you still worry about seasickness when fishing?