Sniffing peppermint and lemon essential oils soothes nausea. If you have fresh lemons, suck on a lemon wedge to ease an upset stomach. Ginger is another powerful remedy and can be taken either as tea or a capsule. It’s been proven to help postoperative and chemotherapy patients, along with pregnant women. Place a hot water bottle on your stomach to relax the stomach muscles. For nausea-relieving acupressure, use your middle and index fingers to apply pressure on your wrist.
To relieve tension headaches, try acupressure on the UB10 points at the nape of your neck. For migraines, press the GB20 at the back of the skull where the neck muscles join the skull. For sinus headaches, press the BL2 pressure points at the end of the eyebrows above the bridge of the nose. For neck pain, press the LI4 point at the groove behind your knuckles, between your ring finger and little finger.
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