Travelling is becoming increasingly difficult for me. Short trips by car can be done if absolutely necessary, but longer distances are getting almost impossible. My wife and caregiver would like a change of scenery sometimes (understandably); we used to travel a lot and were always very "outdoorsy" We have a holiday home in Germany but it is a 4,5 hour drive and the last 3 times we went I spent the entire stay in horrible PEM. I went from driving myself, to sitting in the passenger seat, to lying on the back-seat, to lying completely flat on a mattress in the back, with all the seats down. Added Bose QC headphones and sunglasses to minimise sensory input. Sitting up too long impossible (OI). None of this helps anymore, still getting worse. I am a total wreck when we arrive and even worse the next day. Sleep will be totally gone for days. Than recovering for the entire duration of the holiday, and again crazy sick after we arrive home again. Such fun. I don't care if I am in bed at home or in our second home, but its getting very hard to get there and totally not worth it for me anymore. But I would still like to go because my wife loves it so much there. She is already missing out on way too many things. I guess the PEM is caused by overstimulation of nervous system in the form of the constant little shakes and little bumps and movements that the car makes. But the recovery time is impossibly long. (weeks) Can't believe I cannot even be transported in supine position anymore, even lying down flat with eyes and ears blocked. Anyone have similar experiences with car travel? Any tips maybe? Taking brakes does not help. It only prolongs the trip, making it worse.