To find out the Effectiveness of visual vestibular
habituation and controlled breathing for motion sickness 30 participants were
included in this study. The intervention
was given for 2 weeks and the exercises were performed 5 days per week.
Participants were treated with visual-vestibular habituation and controlled
breathing. At the start of 1st week and at end of 2nd
week of intervention participants were reassessed using the Severity criteria
for acute motion sickness and MSAQ scale. The following are the results of the
Table 1: Shows
total score in level of severity of acute motion sickness between Baseline
and at the end of 2nd Week.
total score in level of severity criteria for acute motion sickness
between the Baseline and at the end of 2nd Week was found to be
statistically extremely significant using the paired t test in which p value