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Buy Gravol Alcohol-Free Liquid (same as Dramamine) Online

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BRAND LISTING - Gravol Alcohol-Free Liquid (same as Dramamine) (Dimenhydrinate)
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75mL

Gravol Alcohol-Free Liquid (Dimenhydrinate)

To treat and prevent the nausea, dizziness, and vomiting associated with motion sickness, you can buy Gravol Alcohol-Free Liquid over-the-counter and take it. This OTC medication is the same as Dramamine. If you are prone to motion sickness, take Gravol before you travel on a plane, boat, or in a vehicle.

The cause of motion sickness is mixed signals being transmitted to the brain by the eyes and inner ear while you are travelling. If you cannot feel yourself moving but your eyes see movement, your brain will receive mixed signals. The same is true if your body senses movement, but your eyes cannot see the movement.

Gravol Alcohol-Free Liquid is an anticholinergic medication and antihistamine. It blocks the muscarinic and histamine receptors in the vomiting center of your brain. When these receptors are blocked, the vomiting center is unable to receive nerve messages from the vestibular apparatus in your middle ear while you are travelling.

Before taking Alcohol-Free Liquid, tell your doctor or pharmacist about any medications you currently take. Certain side effects may be experienced when you take Gravol Alcohol-Free Liquid. These may include blurry/double vision, urination difficulties, rapid/irregular heartbeat, dry nose, throat or mouth, reduced appetite, diarrhea, insomnia, nervousness, restlessness, excitation, drowsiness, nausea, vomiting or dizziness.

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