From food poisoning and stomach ulcers to indigestion, a range of conditions can cause nausea after eating. Tackle them with natural remedies: have ginger, banana, or peppermint tea for indigestion; licorice for gastritis and heartburn; manuka honey or turmeric for ulcers and indigestion. Chewing sugar-free gum may ease symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease.
Health problems dampen most days. And, certain disorders bring about two health problems, namely headaches and nausea, at the same time. Other symptoms of these conditions can help you identify the cause of headaches and nausea. Migraines come with sensitivity to light. Cluster headaches cause red watery eyes. Hypotension causes cold, sweaty skin. Food poisoning causes diarrhea. Scarlet fever causes a red rash. Lastly, motion sickness causes excessive sweating and burping.
Ginger tea is more than just a warm drink. It can treat digestive issues like diarrhea, nausea, appetite loss. It can treat cough and cold by clearing your lungs. The anti-inflammatory properties of ginger tea can reduce inflammation and may treat arthritis. It may also lower cholesterol and blood sugar levels. Its antioxidant properties may help prevent the growth of cancer cells.
Ear infections are common in babies. They can cause earaches, hearing loss, humming or ringing sounds in the ear, discharge from the ears, fever, problems with balance, vomiting, and diarrhea. You might also notice itching, scaly or peeling skin, redness, swollen throats, and swelling in and around the ear canal. Trouble with focusing the eyes can also be a sign of an ear infection. Ear infections clear up on their own in around three days. If there is fever or signs of pain and they persist, see a doctor.
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.
Ginger essential oil can cure nausea, even if you’re pregnant or just had a surgery. Peppermint and spearmint oil can ease symptoms of headaches, light-headedness, and vomiting. If your nausea is from anxiety, use lavender oil for stress relief. Sweet citrus oils like lemon, orange, and bergamot essential oils can help relax an upset stomach. These oils can be placed in a diffuser or diluted with a carrier oil.
The onset of appendicitis is usually marked by a low-grade fever and an aching pain that begins around the belly button, and slowly creeps over to the lower right abdomen. Any movement, even coughing or sneezing, can cause the pain to sharpen. This is often accompanied by bloating, loss of appetite, nausea and/or vomiting soon after abdominal pain begins.
Sip on a cup of ginger tea, made with 1/2t-1t of freshly grated ginger steeped in warm water or mix 1t turmeric in 1/2c warm water and gulp it down. Chomp down some cumin seeds with a pinch of common salt, lime juice. You can also sniff peppermint or lemon essential oil for similar relief. Try ayurvedic remedies like cinnamon or cumin tea and haritaki churna.
Hypotension is blood pressure (BP) below 90/60 mmHG. Usually, low BP alone is not unhealthy, and some people may have it all the time. But it becomes a cause of worry if it makes blood flow to the brain and vital organs inadequate and manifests as clammy skin, blurry vision, dizziness, or is linked to a health condition like heart disease. Its most severe and fatal form is shock, where the patient can even get a stroke or heart attack.
It's safer to do yoga for nausea than take pills, right? Try virasana. Kneel down and make your hips touch the ground and the heels touch the sides of your hips. Raise your arms above your head and breathe. You can do reclining virasana too. To perform baddha konasana, sit down, bring your feet in front, and make the soles join. Breathe for several minutes. Try viparita karani by lying on the ground and putting your legs up a wall.
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