anyone have any tips on how to beat out constant nausea? i feel like im eating tums like candy! lol. its worst after i eat. so im thinking my GERD has a bit to do with it. but anyone find anything that helps?
I havent tried this myself yet, but I have heard if you take an alcohol pad, or a cotton ball with alcohol in it and inhaled it slowly and deeply, that it relieves the nausea. I suffer from it often, and will be trying it next time. Let me know if it works!
Ginger chews and ginger candy help me. Also something my mom found in a magazine has helped me....peach juice. It works wonders for me. I have to keep canned peaches all the time to hhelp with it. I normally buy the ones that come in plastic containers instead of can.
I had nausea for months, still do occasionally; I have 2 Rxs & 2 OTC products. What I found most helpful was chewing peppermint gum, & eating salty snacks. There's a ginger ale that has real ginger in it, & I would drink that very watered down. Sugar made me feel worse.
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