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how can i relieve this nausea?

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Dr. Jeffrey Crespin
Gastroenterology 28 years experience
Off the roller coast: Nausea is your brain perceiving that your stomach is not moving fast enough. It has many causes including diabetes, chemo and roller coasters and narcotics. Nausea meds include compazine, (prochlorperazine) zofran, Kytril anzemet and marijuana.
Dr. Kenneth Cheng
Family Medicine 31 years experience
OTC remedy: One over-the-counter remedy that has been found to be moderately effective in relieving nausea is ginger or ginger ale. I often recommend to patients to let the carbonation of the ginger ale "flatten" by leaving it out for a short time. Small sips frequently can help with the nausea.

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Will an ice pack relieve my itchiness better than a cold compress?

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No: The 2 are equivalent. Either one is fine. If it isn't working, Hydrocortisone cream on the itchy area or antihistamine pills (like benadryl) may help.
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What are alternative ways to relieve sexual desire besides masturbation?

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The most obvious: The most obvious way to relieve sexual desire besides masturbation, is to have sex with a willing partner. Sometimes sexual desire can become compulsive though, relating more to obsessive anxiety than to genuine sexual desire. If you're wondering about your own situation, consulting with your family physician or a psychiatrist may help.
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How can I relieve a headache without meds?

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Depends on cause: Without a proper diagnosis, there's no way to know the cause or proper treatment.For simple, non-recurrent ha's, might try ice to head or neck, sleep, massage, meditation. A good hands-on osteopathic exam, whether pain is short-term or chronic, might find a mechanical cause - often from neck pain/dysf, rib problems, even sacral problems which can be treated with manipulation. Just some suggestions.
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What can I do to treat the nausea caused by supplements?

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Slow down: Most people take way too many supplements. Consider whether or not you really need to take them. Try splitting the dose and make sure to take plenty of water.
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What are natural ways of to help relieve your nausea?

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Ginger: Ginger ale, ginger tea or chrystalized ginger.

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