there are many things that can cause this symptom but the individuals should now the best for them and their cause! for example i suffer from nause from time to time..and the …main reason is my anxiety! (MORE)
Your doctor can probably give you some meds, but try smelling a lemon :) .
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) is one thing Obstetricians recommend for pregnancy related nausea. 25-50mg… twice a day is the usual dose. Unisom (dicyclomine) is another thing recommended by Obstetricians. Ginger can help with pregnancy related nausea. Some women find any bubbly/sugary drink will help with nausea. (MORE)
I'm assuming to aid nausea, so you are no longer feel the effects of it? tea made with lemon grass, also marijuana. but that option is illegal in most parts of the world (c…heck your local laws) & smoking is bad for you, so preparing it as a food is a safer way to consume it ginger is another great anti-nausea, you can make tea with it, or even drink flat gingerale or ginger beer, although there is a limited amount of real ginger in commercially produced ginger drinks. (MORE)
There are several remedies which can curb the effects of this disease. Here are a few remedies. 1. Take a cup of milk and heat it but see that it doesn't get boiled. Get a sl…ightly buttered toast and mix it with milk and eat slowly. 2. Take 1 teaspoon honey and and 1 teaspoon on lemon juice and mix it well. dip your finger into the mixture and lick it. This is just to ensure you take it gradually. 3. It is better to avoid solid foods when the patient experiences nausea. Still, it is important the patient needs fluids in order to have a healthy balance. Consuming Cranberry juice is important as it contains Vitamin C. 4. To stop nausea immediately when patient experiences it, take a cup of water, 10 drops of lime juice, 1/2 cup of water and teaspoon sugar and mix it well. Then add 1/4 teaspoon baking soda and sugar. This should help greatly in stopping it immediately. Please refer the link in sources for more remedies for nausea. Hope this helps. (MORE)
No. Nausea is a noun. A verb is a word that describes an action ( run, walk, etc ), a state of being ( exist, stand, etc ) or occurrence ( happen, become, etc ). A noun i…s a word that is used to describe a person ( man, lady, teacher, etc ), place ( home, city, beach, etc ) or thing ( car, banana, book, etc ). (MORE)
Taking vitamin B6 is an excellent idea when you're pregnant. My friend had terrible morning sickness and her doctor recommended trying it and it worked very well. Also it help…s to eat every 1-2 hours, not a full meal, but saltines or something else easy on the stomach. And definitely liquids. (MORE)