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I have a bit of a sea sick problem every once in a while as well, but I've found pushing my monitor back away from me a bit or sitting back in my chair helps. Doing that gives you a wider field of view so you can see other stuff not moving in your Peripheral vision, or so they say is why it works.
Stoop and you'll be stepped on; stand tall and you'll be shot at.
Try going to the GameSettings.ini in MyDocuments and change Vibration=3 to Vibration=0, I think it helps, but not by much, give it a try anyway and let us know. ;)
Wouldn't PB pick this up as "BAD" it does give unfair advantage, as it is meant, as DN said to make it difficult to know what's going on during a firefight. This works well when you are taking fire and you get a couple of mortar strikes dropped on you. Kindda disorienting effect with the smoke and all.
PunkBuster, using logical solutions to problems... Hah.
It might, depending on how it's been set up. From what was posted in "The Flashbang Effect" in the Tactics & SOPs, this setting may be linked to graphics/resolution/whatnot, and changing Vibration may sneak past PB as acceptable because it may not check whether Resolution/Graphics/Etc and Vibration match up.