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FAQ's For Nausea

 

Certain remedies like ginger, peppermint, lemon, cinnamon, cumin extract and fennel powder can help you get rid of nausea.

Nausea and fatigue can be the result of many factors, ranging from physiological causes to lifestyle habits. Examples of lifestyle habits include: excessive alcohol use and excessive caffeine use.

Irregular Sleep Patterns
Low blood sugar levels
Dehydration
Medicine on empty stomach
Motion Sickness

Vomiting reduces nausea or makes it go away. However, vomiting and nausea can lead to rapid dehydration

Antiemetics such as Pepto-Bismol and Kaopectate contain bismuth subsalicylate
H1 blockers such as Dramamine help stop vomiting caused by motion sickness
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Nausea is stomach discomfort and the feeling of vomiting. Nausea can be considered a predecessor to vomiting.
Nausea can be caused by many conditions and can be often prevented. People who experience motion sickness or certain foods, medications can experience nausea.
Common causes of nausea are: Heartburn or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD): Heartburn or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) can cause the contents of the food to push back up to the esophagus when food is consumed thereby causing heartburn and nausea.
Infection/Virus: Certain viruses and bacteria can trigger the stomach and induce nausea. Foodborne bacteria can cause food poisoning. Viral infections are also known to cause nausea.
Medications: Certain medications like cancer treatments (chemotherapy) — can upset the stomach and cause
headache and nausea.
Diet: Overeating or consuming certain foods, such as spicy or fatty foods can upset the stomach and lead to
queasiness and nausea. Eating food that one is allergic to can also cause nausea.
Motion sickness and seasickness: Motion sickness and seasickness cause nausea, dizziness, or vomiting.
Pain: Severe and intense pain can create nausea symptoms.
Ulcer: Ulcers are also one of the leading causes of nausea. While eating, an ulcer can create burning sensation and immediate nausea.
Avoiding certain triggers that cause nausea can help prevent nausea’s onset. This includes avoiding:
Flickering lights resulting in migraine attacks
Heat or humidity Sea travel
Strong odors, for example, few perfumes and certain cooking smells
Taking
anti nausea medicines before a journey can also prevent motion sickness and reduce the risk of nausea.
Changing Food habits, such as small meal portions and frequent meals can reduce nausea symptoms. Avoiding extreme physical activity after a meal can also reduce nausea.
Reducing or avoiding spicy, fatty or greasy foods can also reduce nausea symptoms.
Foods that are less likely to induce nausea are:
Cereal
Crackers
Toast
Gelatin
Broth.
HerbsDaily offers a wide range of supplements and
medicines for nausea from various brands to give you the perfect result to relieve you from nausea and vomiting.
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