Natural Cures for Nausea - Remedies for Relief
Are you seeking natural cures for nausea?
If you have nausea that is severe, consistent, and always leads to vomiting, then it could be a sign that there is something serious going on. This should be checked out by a doctor or health care professional.
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In natural health and healing, we believe in holistic health and healing, as we realize that different parts of the human body are highly interlinked, often beyond Man's understanding. We also believe that the body has the ability to heal itself of any disease, even supposedly incurable diseases.
In order to do so, the body needs the support of some basic dietary and lifestyle good health habits, such as a full body detox and a proper understanding and application of nutrition. No matter how remote or unrelated a health condition may seem, these fundamental health steps will greatly magnify the effects and benefits of any of our health-promoting efforts, including the use of specific natural health remedies.
However, if you find yourself suffering from everyday queasiness that is aggravating, but doesn't affect your quality of life, then there are some natural nausea cures and remedies that might be helpful.
Sometimes, simply eating something can settle down an upset stomach. Even though you might cringe at the thought of food, an empty stomach can often make a person feel nauseated. Try eating a cracker, a piece of toast, or something bland that will sit well on your stomach and control the irregular stomach rhythms that you might be experiencing.
You can also try drinking something as well. Juice that contains sugar will sometimes help settle a stomach, although you should avoid drinking something that is very acidic, as that can make the nausea worse. You might also find that 7-Up, Sprite, or Ginger Ale are all good at settling nausea, too.
In looking for simple natural cures for nausea, there are a few aspects to consider.
If anxiety or stress is making you feel nauseated, then taking a few minutes to calm yourself down and de-stress yourself is important. Counting to 10, taking deep breaths, and meditating can all be helpful in alleviating anxiety, thus helping as possible cures for nausea.
If motion sickness is at play, then remember to take any remedies before you actually board the moving object. Once you are already nauseous, even the best remedies are not as effective as they could have been before you became nauseous.
If you are on a boat, then standing on the deck, or at least near a window, can be helpful. Some people also have less motion sickness on boats if they are facing forward and not watching the scenery go by sideways.
The same is true in a car. If you get carsick, then sitting in the front seat can be helpful. When you sit in the back seat, you are watching the scenery go by sideways, and this can cause motion sickness. It is often better to face the movement head-on.
Taking three 400 milligrams ginger tablets 15 minutes before you board a boat, airplane, or car can sometimes help with the nausea, too. You should continue to take one every 4 hours, for as long as you feel nauseated.
These simple steps can help as potential prevention tips and cures for nausea.
Other Remedies and Cures for Nausea
If you're already feeling nauseated, then doing some simple acupressure might help alleviate the feeling. There is a spot in the middle of your wrist, about 3 finger-widths down from the wrinkle that separated your wrist from your palm. Apply pressure there with your finger for a few minutes at a time. You can also purchase bracelets that rest on this area and try to achieve the same effect.
If it is morning sickness that you are experiencing, then taking 25 milligrams of vitamin B6 three times per day can help reduce nausea. However, this only really works if the nausea is very severe. In mild cases of nausea, it doesn't seem to have as much effect as potential cures for nausea.
The foods that you eat can also play a part in your nausea, and watching your diet is an important part of natural cures for nausea.
If you are feeling nauseated, then try to avoid eating foods that are oily, fatty, or spicy. Instead, stick to foods that are bland. Some people prefer to stick to the BRAT diet, which consists of bananas, rice, applesauce, and toast, until their nausea has faded away.
You might also want to try eating broth-based soups, such as chicken noodle, and drinking clear liquids like water and Sprite until you are feeling better. Then, gradually introduce more foods back into your diet as you can handle them.
To learn more about other potential natural home remedies and cures for nausea, you may wish to read the other related nausea articles and pages on this website.
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