Nausea treatment

Nausea treatment

There are many ways to treat nausea, some at home and some with medication. Nausea is a familiar thing to most people, and it can happen in many situations, including pregnancy and travel. It may be difficult to avoid nausea completely, but fortunately there are many ways to treat it. Learn how to treat nausea and relieve its symptoms.

Causes of Nausea

Before we offer you the treatment of nausea, we will explain to you the causes that lead to nausea, because you certainly did not know all of them, but rather some of them.

Because nausea has many causes that are difficult to enumerate, as the causes of nausea vary according to the location and the organ resulting from it, as follows:


Causes of nausea caused by a problem in the brain and cerebrospinal fluid

Causes of nausea caused by the brain and cerebrospinal fluid include the following:

  • Migraine headache.
  • Brain tumors,
  • head injuries
  • , meningitis.
  • Bleeding in or around the brain.
  • brain attack.
  • Exposure to unpleasant sights or odors.
  • Feeling of pain
  • severe emotional distress.

Causes of Nausea caused by a problem with the abdominal and pelvic organs

Viral gastroenteritis is the most common cause of nausea as nausea can occur as a result of normal conditions such as the menstrual cycle. 

One of the reasons for feeling sick before menstruation is the fluctuation of hormone levels in the body as a result of the menstrual cycle. Causes of nausea caused by the abdominal and pelvic organs include:

  • Hepatitis.
  • Pancreatitis
  • Intestinal obstruction.
  • Gastroesophageal reflux disease or gastroesophageal reflux disease.
  • Pelvic organ inflammation.
  • Appendicitis.
  • nephritis.
  • Gallbladder problems.

Causes of nausea caused by a problem in the balance centers in the inner ear

Nausea can be associated with a feeling of dizziness caused by the balance centers in the inner ear such as motion sickness and travel, and dizziness may also occur due to viral infections that affect the inner ear, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, and some tumors affecting the inner ear. 

Other causes of nausea

Other common causes of nausea and dizziness include:

  • Pregnancy hormones, which are one of the causes of nausea in the morning, and this is one of the reasons for persistent nausea without vomiting, as nausea of ​​pregnancy is usually without vomiting.
  • Side effects of using birth control pills.
  • Some over-the-counter medicines and nutritional supplements.
  • Chemotherapy drugs and antidepressants.
  • Low blood sugar.
  • As a side effect when exposed to anesthesia.
  • Food allergy and food poisoning.
  • Drinking alcohol

Nausea symptoms

Have you ever thought about the symptoms of nausea, those symptoms that you may have experienced but do not know the cause.

Let me show you that the symptoms of nausea are not painful, but rather annoying and are felt in the back of the throat, upper abdomen, and in the chest.

 Often people cannot describe the symptoms of nausea, and nausea is usually accompanied by other symptoms depending on the main cause of feeling nausea, for example, the change in hormone levels in the body is one of the reasons for feeling nausea before menstruation, and the most common of these symptoms are:

  • Vomiting.
  • dizziness
  • Diarrhea
  • Fever.
  • gases
  • headache
  • Abdominal pain,

Symptoms associated with nausea that require emergency medical care, such as those of a stroke, include:


  • Severe chest pain
  • Sweating.
  • Pain in the jaw or left arm.
  • stiff neck.
  • severe headache
  • confusion;
  • breathing difficulties.
  • Inability to eat or drink for more than 12 hours.
  • Nausea that does not go away within 24 hours.

Treatment of nausea with medicines 

There are many medicines that can be used to treat nausea, I will mention some of them to you:

  • Primosan Motilium Syrup : It is used to relieve the symptoms of nausea and vomiting 
  • Tablets It is used to prevent nausea and vomiting and increases muscle spasms in the upper digestive tract, to speed up the rate of stomach emptying In the intestine
  • is used Amistop suspension  epigastric sensation of fullness, early satiety, flatulence, upper abdominal pain and heartburn. Also for nausea and vomiting especially associated with radiotherapy or drug

therapy Nausea herbal treatment

Did you know that nausea can be treated with herbs at home by following some methods, such as:

  • Ginger is the first choice for treating nausea in pregnant women, and it can be eaten either raw, cooked or in the form of tea .
  • Peppermint is especially used to treat nausea caused by taking chemotherapy drugs to treat cancer.
  • Cinnamon, to treat nausea caused by the menstrual cycle.
  • It is recommended to consume any of the mentioned drinks to treat nausea after eating, in addition to eating foods rich in protein.
  • Foods rich in carbohydrates, spicy foods and rich in fat should also be avoided.
  • In addition to avoiding soft drinks, drink adequate amounts of fluids. 
  • Maintain hydration in case of nausea accompanied by vomiting and vomiting.

Acupuncture Nausea Treatment Acupuncture

is a common treatment for nausea and vomiting in East Asian countries. It stimulates nerve fibers that transmit signals that help reduce nausea to the brain and nerves. 

An advantage of acupuncture treatment for nausea is that it is effective in treating symptoms, as well as few side effects.

Acupuncture is used to treat nausea in pregnant women, and to treat nausea after surgery.

Nausea treatment for pregnant women

To treat nausea in pregnant women, a pregnant woman is initially advised to follow some tips to relieve symptoms, which include:

  • Get enough rest.
  • Stay away from strong foods and smells that may exacerbate nausea.
  • Eat small meals that are high in carbohydrates and low in fat, such as bread and rice, and repeat them throughout the day.
  • Make sure to eat cold foods instead of hot foods.
  • Drink a lot of extra fluids.
  • Eat foods and drinks that contain ginger.
  • Acupuncture treatment.

Dear pregnant woman, if you follow the previous advice and the nausea continues, the doctor may prescribe some medications that may help treat nausea for the pregnant woman, such as antihistamines, which are safe during pregnancy.

What are the ways to prevent nausea?

After we explained to you how to treat nausea, did you know that there are some ways that you can use to prevent nausea from occurring!! 

Yes, there are several ways to prevent nausea. I will mention some of them to you:

  • Drink iced and cold drinks and drink them slowly.
  • Eat soft foods, such as pretzels.
  • Avoid foods rich in fats and sugars.
  • Eat foods slowly, and divide them at intervals.
  • Avoid mixing cold and hot foods.
  • Avoid brushing your teeth after eating.
  • Avoid exercising after eating, and resting after eating with the head elevated helps treat and relieve nausea.
  • Try to avoid reading while riding in the car because reading while the car is moving may cause motion sickness that leads to nausea.


Thus, we have explained to you what nausea is and its causes, while presenting some methods used in the treatment and prevention of nausea.


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