TORRANCE, Calif., April 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- There's a sea change sweeping across the country on how people treat themselves for motion sickness. No longer do they need to carry bottles of liquid and slow-acting pills on their travels, worrying about getting seasick or motion sickness in a car, plane or when watching a 3-D movie.
Now, a novel solution is found in Zentrip, a new entry in the battle against motion-sickness, allowing people to easily avoid nausea and dizziness.
Zentrip is supplied in 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.
According to Walter Morimoto, sales manager for Zentrip, "In only 15 seconds, this low-cost solution is working to prevent and ease the very uncomfortable effects of motion sickness."
Motion sickness is often the result of slow movement or movement in two directions, such as back and forth and up and down, at the same time, much as fishermen have experienced. As many have found, severity of this experience can last for hours or up to several days.
Since long-lasting Zentrip comes in a tiny package of eight thin film-type strips, it's the most portable and easy-to-carry motion sickness remedy available for all aspects of motion sickness, including nausea, vomiting and dizziness.
Simply store Zentrip 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 sickness 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, Sato Pharmaceutical has long been an industry trend leader in creating healthy lifestyle self-medications.
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SOURCE Sato Pharmaceutical