Our expert says:
I used to suffer from this as well, when young, and it was a trial as I was a determined reader. But then some of us get car-sick as a form of motion sickness anyway, and perhaps the added strain of trying to fous on a moving page may just add to that effect.
Its not really apsychological problem, though it might be exaggerated by psychological factors. I found it cleared up as I grew older, and varied with means of transport. I still have difficulty reading in a car, but at medical school, had a long train journey, and got loads of good reading done in the train.
Getting the shivers when hearing of someone who has died is psyhologial and not serious, and probably does represent a fear of death and the unknown. I'm guessing this happens when they talk of someone you knew, not someone who died thousands of years go ?
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