Motion sickness refers to disturbances in the inner ear due to repeated motion (such as in a vehicle). Vertigo, similarly, refers to the sensation of feeling off-balance or as if you’re about to fall due to the inner ear being disturbed. Both conditions are typically the result of prolonged travel and cause nausea and vomiting. If you’re experiencing any of these conditions, contact us, and our healthcare providers will assist you.
Malaria is a life-threatening illness that’s contracted via a mosquito bite from a mosquito carrying the plasmodium parasite. When traveling to a place where the disease is common, visitors risk contracting malaria. As a result, many countries recommend or require travelers to take preventative medicine. If you’re planning to travel, schedule a consultation with us to make sure you remain healthy throughout.