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Does Lemon Help With Nausea
Lemon balm uses:
Lemon balm is a perennial herb from the mint family. Some research shows that taking Lemon balm product (Cyracos) reduces symptoms of anxiety disorders.
Daily anxiety is likely due to stressors in life affecting functioning. Lemon balm cannot relieve severe anxiety.
Combination of lemon balm, peppermint leaf, and other herbs is used for nausea.
See Psychiatrist for treatment of daily Anxiety. ...Read more
Today, i applied aspirin (6 tablets)and lemon mask on face after applying it, i feel dizziness sleepiness and nausea. Is there any problem?
Reaction: Possibly Aspirin and lemon juice reacted somehow to cause the above. Not sure why you recurred to Aspirin for a facial mask. If better, don't do it again. ...Read more
First thing on the morning on an empty stomach I have drank a lemon juice with honey, and after around an hour I experienced nausea and bloating?
Acidic: Maybe the lemon was too much acid for your stomach. Likely not much to worry about and see how you feel in a few hours. ...Read more
Unsure: I can think of several possible answers including eye strain and dehydration. Excess caffeine intake can actually dehydrate you as it is a diuretic. Also as the caffeine wears off there is rebound headache which can have nausea. Drink plenty of water and avoid excess caffeine and late night cramming is not very effective. Pace your studying. Read material before lectures then repeat afterward. ...Read more
Not a good idea: Fasting for 2 weeks is not a good idea and is generally considered unsafe from a medical perspective. Clearly, for various reasons it has been done and people have survived it, but it is very unhealthy and i would strongly recommend against doing so no matter what the reason for desiring to do so. ...Read more
Cause?: It depends on the cause. The best thing to do is to treat whatever is causing the nausea. ...Read more
Question is why ?: First of all, you need to see your doctor to find out what's causing the nausea. You can try ginger in different forms, ginger tea, ginger-ale, ginger crackers, etc. You can try eating small frequent meals , avoid fried/ greasy foods. If these interventions don' t help, your physician can give you a prescription drug to combat nausea. Take care. ...Read more
Ginger: A simple way to reduce nausea is with ginger. You can drink slightly flattened ginger ale or nibble on crystallized ginger. Or pour boiling water over freshly sliced organic ginger & steep at least 5 min in a covered pot. Sip. Aromatherapy: sweet orange (citrus sinensis), peitigrain (citrus reticulata), mandarin (citrus reticulata) are different citrus scents that can decrease nausea. ...Read more
Nausea: You can try anti nausea medications like metoclopramide or ondansetron if they are available over the counter provided there are no allergies . Importance question why does someone have nausea so best to see doctor , rule out pregnancy , if needed do blood test and find cause for nausea. ...Read more
Lots possible here: Vomiting reflex is controlled by 2 units in brain medulla--one receives nerve impulses from GI tract, the other is a chemical receptor. Both have nerve connections to not only GI tract (pharynx, mesenteric vessels, bile ducts) but also from brain corticobulbar areas that mediate smells, sights, & taste. Maybe you have gastritis, but maybe your symptoms have little to do with GI tract. Get checked. ...Read more
Really constant?: Nausea 24/7 means you experience symptoms at night & are missing sleep--a scenario that raises considerable concern. Daytime nausea can reflect a central (brain-related) problem, infection, GI motility delay, gallbladder/pancreas issue, atypical migraine, partial obstruction of gut, stress, nongi inflammation, more. Accompanying alarm signs: bleeding, weight loss, refractory vomiting. Get checked. ...Read more
Many Things: Persistent nausea can be caused by many things, some benign, some not. From intestinal viruses, food incompatibility, constipation to bowel obstruction, pregnancy, medication side effects, taking medications on an empty stomach to more sinister causes such as brain and other cancers. With reported diarrhea, rectal bleeding and abdominal pain you should see a doctor to discuss imaging or scope. ...Read more
Find cause of nausea: Nausea may be gi-related (food poisoning, peptic disease, gastroparesis, due to biliary & pancreatic disease, gas/bloat syndrome, small bowel problems). Consider "central" causes: motion sickness, vertigo, migraine headache, brain problems (some very serious). Also, rule out infection (? Urinary tract), medication side effects, pregnancy, & even reaction to stress. Find & treat the cause--see doc. ...Read more
Nausea: Ginger can reduce nausea ; upset stomach. You can drink slightly flattened ginger ale or nibble on crystallized ginger. Or pour boiling water over freshly sliced organic ginger ; steep x 5 min in a covered pot. Sip. If nausea is recurrent- it is important to see your doctor and find out what is causing it. ...Read more
Constant Nausea: Constant nausea that has no obvious cause. It is a diagnosis of exclusion, which means everything else that can be evaluated related to nausea appears to be normal. Nausea can come from lots of sources including heart problems, brain problems and instestinal problems. Talk this over with your doctor. ...Read more
Many things: You describe symptoms that can only be honestly assessed by your doctor in his or her office. Only after a thorough evauation will he/she be able to come up with what's wrong and what to do to get you better. ...Read more
Lazy stomach: Did dr. Diagnose you. True gastroparesis is result of diseases like uncontrolled diabetes, or sympathetic nervous system dysregulation. 3- things1- eat small frequent meals.2- ginger root as imfusion(tea) or capsules nausea.3) fennel seed often at farmers markets, health food stores. Make tea from seed. Sellers can tell u how. It is a carminative . Safe.Is diagnosis accurate? Or just lazy stomach. ...Read more