If you don’t want to toss your cookies on an amusement park ride, follow these recommendations from amusement park expert Pete Trabucco, author of “America’s Top Roller Coasters.”
First: Open your eyes: Looking ahead helps your body adjust to dips, which creates a smoother ride. That’s why it’s better to be in the front of the ride than the back. You can see what’s coming.
Also, bend in the opposite direction: For example, if the ride pitches you to the left, try to bend your body to the right. This’ll help prevent motion sickness.