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Zentrip Maker Offers Tips for Boaters and Fishermen in Fending Off Seasickness

October 21, 2011

Sato Pharmaceutical, maker of Zentrip, cautions that pitch-and-roll may sound like an Olympic diving event, but it’s no laughing matter when it’s linked to causing seasickness discomfort, which is preventable and quickly curable.

Torrance, CA (PRWEB) October 21, 2011

Sato Pharmaceutical, maker of Zentrip, reports that with all the devices and preventative medications on the market, there is no reason today to fear seasickness when fishing from a boat or traveling by ship.

The key is in realizing that since seasickness is created by a mismatch between the balance the ear âœfeelsâ through its semicircular canals and the balance that the eye âœsees,â the ear can send signals to a part of the brain that tells you that youâre in distress. “This gives new meaning to the old saw, ‘donât rock the boat’,” says Walter Morimoto, sales manager for Zentrip.

To aid in preventing seasickness, scientists in Japan created Zentrip, a novel medicated strip for motion and seasickness that dissolves in seconds on the tongue and quickly goes to work in restoring a calm feeling.

The developers of Zentrip suggest that anyone going on a boat can avoid or ease the queasiness attributable to seasickness by following these simple rules:

â– On a boat, choose a seat in the middle, preferably on deck.

â– Keep your head still and focus on the distant horizon.

â– Close your eyes and avoid looking at fast-moving objects, such as waves or other vistas and scenery.    

â– Keep your attention focused away from the motion of the boat or ship.

â– Avoid reading.

â– 24-hours ahead of the trip, avoid eating heavy foods or drinking alcohol.

â– Fresh air is helpful, so avoid gas fumes, food odors and tobacco smoke.

Good ventilation is paramount.

Almost no one is immune to the agony of motion sickness, so some of these tips are also appropriate on planes, in a vehicle, on a roller coaster and even when watching the latest 3-D movies.

Zentrip Prevents and Cures

Zentrip is a unique delivery system: a fast-dissolving, fast-acting and pleasant tasting, citrus-flavored medicated thin-strip. Simply place the strip on your tongue for a few seconds and expect calming results that come faster than you can say, âœhook, line and sinker.â

Since long-lasting Zentrip comes in a tiny package of eight thin-film strips, it’s the most portable and easy-to-carry seasickness remedy available for all aspects of motion sickness, including nausea, vomiting and dizziness.

Just store it in the car or carry it in your pocket when going fishing or traveling in a vehicle or plane.

Zentrip offers up to 8 hours of relief, much longer-lasting relief compared with liquids, pills, chewable tablets and other delivery systems.

Zentrip’s main ingredient is Meclizine Hydrochloride, an antiemetic that works by blocking a chemical messenger in the brain, helping to reduce or prevent vomiting and other sensations associated with motion sickness, such as dizziness.

Because Meclizine is an antihistamine and anticholinergic, it should be taken only by adults and those over 12 years of age. Best results are found by taking the medication about one hour prior to traveling.

Zentrip strips, developed by Sato Pharmaceutical, have been found to cause less drowsiness than other motion or seasickness products containing the same amount of Meclizine.

Best of all, unlike pills or tablets, no water is required. This is especially important when taking a long trip.

Cost-effective Zentrip is found at Walgreens and other leading drugstores and supermarkets. Suggested retail price is $4.99 to $5.99.

Founded in 1915, the developer of Zentrip, Sato Pharmaceutical, has long been an industry trend leader in creating healthy lifestyle self-medications.

For further information, visit http://www.zentripsato.com or the e-store at http://www.shop.sato-pharmaceutical.com.

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