How to get rid of nausea?

Sometimes, out of nowhere, we start feeling this sickening nausea, and honestly, the best way to describe it is annoying. Nausea in and of itself is not a sickness; rather, it is a symptom of a sickness or other cause. Some of its more common causes are sickness, like the flu, food poisoning, motion sickness, or even good old blocked intestine.
Nausea and vomiting are not the same. While nausea can lead to vomiting, it does not mean you can help control things before it gets too late. Nausea does not usually last for too long. At best, it should go away on its own within a few minutes to an hour; at worst, you will be feeling much better within 24 hours. Rest assured, we would not leave you feeling bad for too long. Here are some tips to help you get rid of nausea ASAP:
1. Sit upright and try not to crunch your tummy.

2. Go have some fresh air.

3. Try taking deep breaths.

4. Drink cool beverages.

5. Eat slowly and eat smaller, more frequent meals.

6. Have some lemons or lemonade.

7. Opt for chamomile tea.

8. Stay hydrated!

Products to relieve nausea

Heath & Heather Organic Camomile

Heath & Heather Organic Camomile Herbal Infusion bags contain 100% organic camomile for a purer, more natural tea, and are completely caffeine-free.

ENO Lemon

ENO Lemon is an antacid that provides symptomatic relief from flatulence, nausea, and indigestion.

Motilium Oral Suspension

Motilium Oral Suspension is effective in treating nausea and vomiting. It can also be prescribed by your physician for other indications such as acid reflux, bloating, flatulence and heartburn.

Vominore

Vominore Tablet is an antiemetic used for Nausea, Vomiting and dizziness caused by motion sickness, and for nausea and vomiting in pregnancy.

Primperan

Primperan is an antiemetic that acts on a part of the brain to prevent nausea and vomiting that may occur after chemotherapy, radiotherapy, with migraine.

Resources

Cleveland Clinic. “Nausea & Vomiting”. Accessed on June 12, 2021.

Healthline. “Top 16 Ways to Get Rid of Nausea”. Accessed on June 12, 2021.

Drugs.com. “Nausea”. Accessed on June 12, 2021.