The drug reduces the sensitivity of the receptors of the semicircular canals and has an antiemetic effect, eliminates dizziness.

The drug reduces the sensitivity of the receptors of the semicircular canals and has an antiemetic effect, eliminates dizziness. What organ (analyzer) does this drug act on? In what cases is it recommended to be taken?

1) The drug acts on the vestibular apparatus (organ of balance), because semicircular canals are structures of the vestibular apparatus.
2) The drug is recommended to be taken to adapt the vestibular apparatus to human movement in transport, riding a carousel (to prevent seasickness)

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