Nausea is defined as a symptom of uneasiness and discomfort accompanied with feeling of vomiting and throwing up. Nausea usually happens because of overeating, sensitivity to certain smells, and also food poisoning. In most cases, nausea is a symptom of either pregnancy or some form of inherent stomach disorder, which is causing this reaction.
HOW IS NAUSEA DIAGNOSED?
While it is advisable to visit a General Physician when a person is undergoing a state of Nausea, the patient should not delay and take immediate medication. In most cases of Nausea, treatment is Ayurvedic and Homeopathy, and medication resolves the problem of Nausea.
HOW IS NAUSEA TREATED?
Nausea does not always require treatment, but sometimes treatment is helpful. There are several things one can do to help, including:
• Drink beverages that settle the stomach, such as ginger ale or chamomile tea.
• Avoid caffeinated colas, coffees and teas.
• Drink clear liquids to avoid dehydration (if vomiting is associated with nausea).
• Eat small, frequent meals to allow the stomach to digest foods gradually.
• Eat foods that are bland and simple for your stomach to digest, such as crackers or unbuttered bread, rice, chicken soup and bananas.
• Avoid spicy foods and fried foods.
• over-the-counter medications
DID YOU KNOW?
Nausea or ""morning sickness"" is common during early pregnancy but may occasionally continue into the second and third trimesters. In the first trimester nearly 80% of women have some degree of nausea.