Woman Suffering from a Stomach Pain
Woman Suffering from a Stomach Pain

So let’s talk about the best way to get rid of nausea, What is nausea? well it’s not a disease, it’s a symptom, it’s an uneasiness or a discomfort that is nonspecific, it’s very difficult to tell where it’s coming from, you just feel nauseous, the symptom of nauseousness always has a cause, it could be motion sickness, food poisoning, chemotherapy, low blood sugar, certain medications or drugs kidney stone can cause that symptom as well as being pregnant can definitely cause that, in fact a very large percentage of women who are pregnant experienced that symptom. GI problems can definitely make you nauseous but from my experience the number one cause of nausea is the gall bladder, if someone ever came to my office while I was in practice and had this complaint, I would simply ask them two simple questions, when did it start exactly and they said yesterday, I would say okay what time, and for example, they’d reply four o’clock then I would say what happened and they would usually say I ate something, I said what did you eat, they might say six doughnuts, okay well now we know what caused that symptom and of course I would just tell them to avoid it and you would be shocked to find out how they thought that was so amazing that I figured it out, you ate some donuts and you got this symptom but these are the two questions that you can ask yourself and usually if these are not involved it’s gonna be related to your gallbladder or the bile duct that is associated with the gallbladder, so if you’re eating something you shouldn’t be eating you need to avoid that, if you’re eating something that you should be eating for example, let’s say you’re on the keto plan and you’re doing a lot of fatty foods then you just need to decrease it but there’s a few things in addition to that you can do to actually help with this symptom.

Ginger either in a tea or a supplement is very effective, peppermint tea or a supplement could help you, cayenne pepper and a supplement can help as well and chamomile tea is another really good one and lastly meadow sweet tea which happens to have a natural version of the chemical that’s an aspirin but in very small amounts but this seems to really help with this symptom as well.

More common causes of nausea and vomiting include;

  • Motion sickness or seasickness
  • Early stages of pregnancy (nausea occurs in approximately 50%-90% of all pregnancies; vomiting in 25%-55%)
  • Medication-induced vomiting
  • Intense pain
  • Emotional stress (such as fear)
  • Gallbladder disease
  • Food poisoning
  • Infections (such as the “stomach flu”)
  • Overeating
  • A reaction to certain smells or odors
  • Heart attack
  • Concussion or brain injury
  • Brain tumor
  • Ulcers
  • Some forms of cancer
  • Bulimia or other psychological illnesses
  • Gastroparesis or slow stomach emptying (a condition that can be seen in people with diabetes)
  • Ingestion of toxins or excessive amounts of alcohol
  • Bowel obstruction 
  • Appendicitis

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