To: "Paul Taylor" <>
Subject: Seasickness
From: "Tony Russell" <>
Date: Fri, 5 Apr 2002 16:18:56 +0930
>    Who gets seasick?
>    Almost everybody at some time but some more often that
>    others. You are most sensitive at about 12 years of age
>    with declining susceptibility as you get older. Asians are
>    generally more prone to seasickness. Women become ill more
>    frequently especially when pregnant or near menstruation.
>    You are at greater risk if you are fatigued, anxious,
>    sleep-deprived and if you consume alcohol or certain
>    medications.

Hey Paul -------

Hm !! Me being a grog swilling 12 year old pregnant Asian lady getting older
all the time and feeling tired, anxious, not getting enough sleep, and
popping large numbers of pills, ---- I think I'll stay on shore.


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