Nausea Articles

Natural Remedies for Treating GERD

Posted on: May 21st, 2013 | No comments 

Natural Remedies for Treating GERD GERD or gastro esophageal disease is an illness brought about by constant acid reflux. Although treatments exist through a variety of prescriptions and over-the- counter drugs, many prefer to remedy GERD via natural methods. Fortunately, many GERD’s natural remedies often work just as well as the pharmaceutical methods sold in drug stores. […]

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What Does Chronic Nausea Mean?

Posted on: May 2nd, 2013 | No comments 

  Approximately 25% of the population suffers from chronic nausea. The symptoms for everyone are different, though the most common are dizziness, pale skin and the urge to vomit. Chronic nausea tends to dissipate over time, and the causes vary. Here are some of the top causes of chronic nausea: Pregnancy. Pregnancy-related nausea is also […]

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Giving Your Gut Flora a Helping Hand

Posted on: April 24th, 2013 | 1 comment 

    Staying healthy means getting the right balance in your gut flora. Here are some essential things you can do to help improve your digestive health by giving those good bacteria a little extra boost: Feed the good bacteria. The bacteria in your digestive system need to consume nutrients in order to flourish. The […]

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Avoid Fatty Foods to Reduce Nausea

Posted on: March 4th, 2013 | No comments 

Anyone who suffers from chronic nausea has learned to recognize their triggers. Whether your nausea is due to motion sickness, irritable bowel syndrome or even pregnancy-related morning sickness, one of the most common triggers is likely fatty foods. Fatty foods tend to react with the digestive system in a negative way. Your body has to […]

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Don’t Forget to Hydrate when Dealing with Nausea

Posted on: February 19th, 2013 | No comments 

    When you experience nausea, whether it’s because of morning sickness, motion sickness, or some other cause, the last thing you feel like doing is eating or drinking. However, failure to adequately hydrate can make your nausea worse and lead to more dangerous-even life threatening- conditions. Nausea has a dual relationship with dehydration. Dehydration […]

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