How do you stop feeling like you are still on a boat?
- Keep moving and taking walks or car rides to provide the missing sensation of movement while you readjust.
- Stay hydrated and get enough sleep.
- Use over-the-counter motion sickness medications or talk to your doctor about other medications that might help.
How long does it take to stop feeling like you’re on a boat?
Many people have experienced this sensation after getting off a boat; they may sway or stagger until their vestibular system re-adapts to stationary ground and they get their “land legs” back. For most people, the feeling vanishes within minutes or hours.
Why do I feel like Im on a boat after being on a boat?
When you get on a boat, it can literally rock your sense of balance. The constant moving of the ship, combined with turbulence in the water, makes your inner ear work overtime to keep you on your feet. If you’ve ever spent some time at sea, you may have noticed that you felt a little wobbly once you were back on land.