I have always been sensitive to motion of any kind, especially while attempting to read as a passenger in a moving vehicle. This was problematic during road trips when navigating with a map, or in my profession as an engineer, reading data from instruments inside moving test vehicles. The result was always dizziness and nausea that would stay with me for hours.
I received my new glasses a few weeks back. On a subsequent road trip to Albuquerque, I was surprised and delighted to discover that I could read maps (when my turn as the navigator), and even finish the better part of a paperback novel, with no ill effects what so ever. Hurrah!
-J. L., male