Nausea is a sick feeling of discomfort or unease in the stomach accompanied by an inclination to vomit. In fact every time before vomiting takes place, one has a nauseous feeling. The following are ten ways to cure nausea:
Obey the urge to vomit.
Suppressing the urge to vomit only allows for more episodes of nausea to rock your body. It’s your body’s way of getting out something that’s causing harm in your stomach, and you usually feel much better afterwards.
Eat fruits regularly.
A regular dose of vitamin rich fruits such as lemons and oranges is effective. If you’ve been sick to your stomach and are still feeling nauseas, you are probably perpetuating the problem by not replacing the fluid you’ve lost.
Allow more times for sleep.
After all, it's often your body's natural way of regenerating and growing. On average, hair grows about a half an inch per month just from good sleeping alone! While sleeping enough is important, sleeping in the right posture too is important otherwise you may get wrinkles that are known as sleep lines.
Squeeze lemon near your nose so that the sharp aroma of lemon can penetrate your nostrils. This sharp aroma is effective in repositioning your whole body to pay greater attention to your nose than to the nauseous stomach.
Squeeze peppermint near your nose.
Like lemon, peppermint is one of those fresh scents that have the remarkable ability to tame an upset stomach. This sharp aroma is effective in repositioning your whole body to pay greater attention to your nose than to the nauseous stomach.
Sit still for a few minutes until the nauseous feeling dissipates.
Change how you handle issues in your life.
The emphasis here is to avoid accumulating anxiety. Stress causes tummy instability to develop, eventually leading to diarrhea. So offload issues more often and listen to music, learn something new, develop a hobby, meditate and do Yoga.
Flee from bad odors and repulsive smells.
Empty your bin regularly to rid yourself of rotting smells and other bad odors that may waft out of your closed bin.
Keep off poorly ventilated places such as hot rooms.
Have a fan blow on your face or body. This will reduce nausea, and will feel quite good. Make it a regular habit to walk out and get some fresh air. Fresh air calms the nerves and relaxes the spasmodic stomach muscles making your feel relaxed and refreshed.
Take ginger tea.
Black or green tea with ginger, real ginger cut into small pieces and infused into the tea is recommended because of its strong antioxidant potential. Ginger promotes the secretion of various digestive juices/enzymes that help neutralize stomach acid. You can brew yourself a cup of ginger tea from packaged tea bags, or you can buy ginger and steep 1 teaspoon of them and 1 teaspoon of peppermint leaves in a cup of boiling water for fifteen minutes. Drink 3 cups a day.