Airsickness is a sensation which is induces by air travel. It is a specific form of motion illness, and is considered a normal reply in healthy individuals. Airsickness occurs when the middle nervous system receives conflicting mail from the body moving balance and balance.
The inner ear is particularly significant in the preservation of balance and equilibrium since it contains sensors for both angular and linear movement. Airsickness is usually a mixture of spatial confusion, nausea and vomiting. Experimentally, airsickness can be eliminating in monkeys by remove part of the cerebellum, explicitly the nodulus of the vermis.