Airsick For Over 6 Years

A mum-of-three has been left feeling seasick – ever since she stepped off a turbulent flight SIX YEARS ago. Gill Archer, from Wolverhampton, West Mids, was left struggling to balance, feeling queazy and permanently dizzy when she stepped off the long-haul flight to Florida in 2006. She assumed the feeling would pass – but was horrified when her symptoms continued for weeks. Gill has continued to suffer from the debilitating attacks ever since – which can last for months at a time.

A mum-of-three has been left feeling seasick - ever since she stepped off a turbulent flight SIX YEARS ago. Gill Archer, from Wolverhampton, West Mids, was left struggling to balance, feeling queazy and permanently dizzy when she stepped off the long-haul flight to Florida in 2006. She assumed the feeling would pass - but was horrified when her symptoms continued for weeks. Gill has continued to suffer from the debilitating attacks ever since - which can last for months at a time.

A mum-of-three has been left feeling seasick - ever since she stepped off a turbulent flight SIX YEARS ago. Gill Archer, from Wolverhampton, West Mids, was left struggling to balance, feeling queazy and permanently dizzy when she stepped off the long-haul flight to Florida in 2006. She assumed the feeling would pass - but was horrified when her symptoms continued for weeks. Gill has continued to suffer from the debilitating attacks ever since - which can last for months at a time.

A mum-of-three has been left feeling seasick - ever since she stepped off a turbulent flight SIX YEARS ago. Gill Archer, from Wolverhampton, West Mids, was left struggling to balance, feeling queazy and permanently dizzy when she stepped off the long-haul flight to Florida in 2006. She assumed the feeling would pass - but was horrified when her symptoms continued for weeks. Gill has continued to suffer from the debilitating attacks ever since - which can last for months at a time.

A mum-of-three has been left feeling seasick - ever since she stepped off a turbulent flight SIX YEARS ago. Gill Archer, from Wolverhampton, West Mids, was left struggling to balance, feeling queazy and permanently dizzy when she stepped off the long-haul flight to Florida in 2006. She assumed the feeling would pass - but was horrified when her symptoms continued for weeks. Gill has continued to suffer from the debilitating attacks ever since - which can last for months at a time.