is it inborn of being dizzy when traveling through airplane,bus,ship and everything?

i am planing to be a marine engineer....

im confusing now if i'll realy go with it...

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Airplanes, buses and ships; well the reason for your getting dizzy is not the same.

    Airplanes due to sudden change in altitude. (Which affects pressure, temperature, oxygen level etc.)

    Buses, well that's what most people refer to as the "motion sickness."

    Ships, this is very different. Ships (well fast small motor boats) go up and down. I've never felt dizzy or sick on an airplane or any cars/buses etc. But 10 minutes on a boat, I'm throwing up endlessly for the entire duration of the ride...

    I'm not sure what you meant by a "marine engineer" but whether that's e.g. USMC etc. Marine or "marine" as in ocean; if you feel dizzy on a bus, you will probably feel much worse on a speed boat or on a chopper...

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    See your doctor.

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