Odds are you don't know or remember me as I'm like a ghost but a lazy one that isn't very good at haunting places, but I'm here after some help!!
To cut a long story short but still quite long as this is me, I'm currently carrying out a research project that's basically looking at motion sickness on theme park rides (as well as how and why any treatments work by looking at how they react with the body on a molecular level... did you know the NHS suggests antihistamines to help?? Ok I'll stop, I wont bore you with that nonsense) and before I can begin even thinking about trying to write up the dissertation, I need to do my research. For the whole cause and effect aspect of it I need to be able to ramble on about what triggers such adverse symptoms for just a little while and I'm hoping to contact some parks and potentially ride manufacturers as I need to at least attempt to expand my research beyond books and the internet, but I don't want to go in totally blind or with such a small idea of what perhaps makes myself of those I know feel a bit iffy.
So what I'm looking for from you, my dearest frequenters of such rides is simply do you get sick? Not just nauseous, but do you ever come off a ride feeling faint/dizzy etc.? Can you tell me any ride types you absolutely avoid as you know you'll come off feeling the wrong way? Do you know anyone who gets especially sick? Ever been on a ride that you're often more than able to handle and come off feeling less than okay on some off chance? If you have, or know someone who has, let me know! any kind of help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you in advance!
PS: I will be having to include screenshots of any relevant responses in a research log, if you wish to have your usename and profile picture obscured let me know, but if I like your post then I will be including a screenshot of your post in my notes and that by giving me your response, you are permitting me to include it in my research log.
Last edited by Chris
on Thu Oct 12, 2017 8:11 am, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: Capital letters are your friend.