Top 10 Theme Park Rides that Cause Motion SicknessSplashMoun10 Don't go on any of these rides with a full stomach!
The Top Ten
Mission: Space may be notorious for being incredibly motion-sickness inducing, but at least it doesn't completely jerk you around like this thing does! - SplashMoun10
Don't usually get motion sickness, but this one got to me. Please avoid if you get sick easily
This ride doesn't cause motion sickness
Mission: Space Orange Version to be exact. I have never ridden this ride without feeling at least a little nauseous afterwards. Even with the addition of the much milder Green Version, which doesn't spin, the controversy over the original ride and it's intensity has kept many people turned off of it. - SplashMoun10
My family and I rode the green version and NO ONE got sick
I went on the Orange ride and then my stomach hurted when I got off the ride and I vomited the next morning at the hotel but I recovered not long after that.
Going into this ride, you probably wouldn't think it would be all that bad. Haha...WRONG! - SplashMoun10
No it doesn't
Another great ride, but it's definitely not the kindest to your body. - SplashMoun10
Jerky and headache inducing, I don’t see how it got so popular?
Incredible ride, but wow does it make you feel sick afterwards. - SplashMoun10
My little cousin rode this with me and my other cousins and sister and he DID NOT get sick from it. He was 4 at the time. (And he throws up quite often back then! )
Or any spinning teacups ride for that matter. - SplashMoun10
You get a massive headache and tummyache after this ride.
A lot of people staggered off this ride and a few even threw up.
Worst simulator ever.
You actually see a creepy commercial about The Smiler. But that creepy commercial turned out into a reality when it comes to accidents. Back in 2015, one of the empty carriage of this ride sent around 2pm, then another group of was put on the track just before the test carriage could have finished its run. Due to the fact that the ride have frequent technical difficulties and the engineers ignored the safety procedures in order to procure the bonus. The test ride ran into difficulties at the bottom of the loops and a safety break automatically kicked in as a result of CRASH! When another platoon of a 16 riders in total went down through the loop over 50 miles per hour and BAM! Get smashed to the back! Never again.
Made mom almost puke
THIS RIDE IS EVIL JUST LIKE ALL OF ALTON TOWERS! HENRY HOUND IS TERRIFYING JUST LIKE THIS EVIL RIDE!
ALTON TOWERS FOOD IS PEOPLE!
You face your stomach and head toward the ground and go through a pretzel loop and many twists and turns and a corkscrew.
The loop at the beginning is especially intense and combined with the "flying" position, is enough to make some people motion sick.
I got nauseous after riding this, but it was so worth it! (No, I didn’t throw up afterwards. I have a strong stomach! )
Nope. Too tame for me.
It's in the dark and contains 3 loops and it's rather long. I got sick after riding it.
It's in the dark and contains loops, so you might get sick.
An indoor roller coaster in the dark, and you can't tell which way you're going, so you may get sick.
It's intense with lots of loops and corkscrews, not for the faint-hearted or people who easily get sick.
A 200' B&M hypercoaster that involves lots of hills and twists where you go at 73 mph, it's the tallest, longest, and fastest roller coaster in Orlando and the seating only includes a lap bar, the ride revolves extremely on airtime, so think twice before going, you might get sick.
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