One of the most interesting organs in the human body is the brain. Having an infinite capability of soaking in information in its various compartments, it deals with humongous loads of data every day. And, just sometimes, it overlaps information from different sources, dizzying itself and nauseating the person carrying it. And, this is when people experience motion sickness.
On adventure rise, boat rides, and travel routes on curvy mountainous roads, the visual input is not in sync with that provided by the vestibule. And, it is because, the circular motion is not directly observable.
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As more and more people opt for an outdoorsy recreational experience, and are attracted to travel itineraries like fishes to worms, the market for motion sickness drugs market is all set to see an upward growth curve over the forecast period.
Players have been quick to pick up the trends and drivers and thus one notes nauseogenics coupled with information technology in the market, catering to ever dynamic and ever evolving needs of the modern consumer. These aren’t just critical for postural stability but also for decoding processes relating to sensory motors. This is a significant contributor of growth in the global motion sickness drugs market.
Besides, there is the factor of easy availability of these drugs as OTC. Rising awareness coupled with this leads to notable contributions to market growth over the forecast period.
Additionally, it is pertinent to note that the market is a fragmented landscape and Baxter International Inc., GlaxoSmithKline Plc, Johnson & Johnson Services Inc., Pfizer Inc., and Prestige Consumer Healthcare Inc., are the prominent players in the global motion sickness drugs market.
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Regionally, North America and Europe will chart solid growth statistics over the forecast period, owing to a terrain that leads to motion sickness, presence of strong players and high levels of awareness.