I am asking this question specifically about VR motion sickness but in all my research I have found that it is very similar to any other motion sickness.

It appears that with VR motion sickness people get used to it after some time. This function similar to any immersion therapy for motion sickness. People have also reported dramamine being effective at controlling symptoms.

I am wondering if taking dramamine and using VR counts towards adaptation time? I am specifically looking for any research that shows if treating motion sickness with drugs prevents adaptation

I would also be interested to know if any premises that I have stated based on casual research contradict science.

  • Welcome to health SE :-). Since you already have some research on the topic, could you edit your question to share it? It would give those trying to answer your question a good starting point. Thanks!
    – Lucky
    Commented Nov 21, 2016 at 21:57
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    My research mostly comes from users describing their personal experiences with VR, and not something I would consider evidence
    – Andrey
    Commented Nov 22, 2016 at 14:48


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