To Yak Or Not To Yak
Josh Grau | Nov 3, 2021
If I had a nickel for every time, I have seen someone puke I would have all the nickels.
Sea sickness is caused by the conflicts with the inner ear and movement of the vessel. One’s inner ear senses the movement of the body but since the vessel and the body are moving together your eyes see you as relatively stable. The brains’ reaction to this imbalance is to release stress hormones causing nausea vomiting and vertigo.
Iv seen the chummers, chunderers, the sneaky yakkers, the yak and nappers, and my favorite of all the puke and rally. To me the best cure that I have seen for seasickness is to get back out there and get in the game. Seasickness has a 100% survival rate. Keep hydrated put a little something in your stomach and just embrace the sick.
Most important of all take your seasickness pills BEFORE you get sick!
Tight Lines and Calm Seas