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Stop motion sickness

Many travellers find that by targeting acupressure points in the arm, you can reduce nausea when you’re shaken about.

HOW TO

The boat won’t. Stop. Bouncing. A queasy wave-like feeling rises in your stomach. Can you halt it before barfing begins? Yes, and it doesn’t have to involve medication. Find the point on your inner forearm, three finger-widths down from your wrist crease, between the two tendons. Use your thumb to press here, pushing fairly deep (but not so it is painful). Hold for a few minutes, then do the same to the other wrist. Repeat as needed.

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In the November issue… follow an ancient pilgrim trail through Japan's forested hills; pick from the best of Bruges on a mini-break; feel the change in the seasons at one of nine atmospheric autumn escapes; set out from Denver's emerging neighbourhoods into the heart of the Rockies on a Great Escape to Colorado; step aboard five of Europe's greatest train journeys; and much more