Are you suffering from nausea? There are many nausea treatments you can use at home that will save you a trip to the GP. From drinking peppermint tea to avoiding spicy and greasy foods, here are three nausea treatments you can use to help you reduce your nausea at home:
The NHS recommends that you should drink peppermint tea as a form of nausea treatment, and for good reason too. The National Centre for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) has found that peppermint has a calm and numbing effect on your stomach muscles, which is helpful in treating conditions such as nausea and indigestion.
A study from the National Centre for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) has also revealed that peppermint can reduce nausea in chemotherapy patients. Peppermint tea is a popular option for nausea treatment, but you can also buy peppermint capsules to orally consume or purchase peppermint oils to smell.
Ginger is also great food to consume for nausea treatment. According to the NCCIH, ginger has been used in Asian medicine for thousands of years to treat conditions such as stomach aches, diarrhea and nausea. A study from the NCBI has also found that ginger is a safe and effective treatment for pregnancy-induced nausea, with another NCBI study finding that a daily dose of ginger supplement has reduced chemotherapy-induced nausea in adult cancer patients.
Drinking ginger tea is a great way to treat your nausea, but you can also consume ginger in many other ways. These include using more ginger in your cooking or eating more ginger products such as ginger biscuits or ginger sweets.
When you feel nauseous, you should avoid eating spicy and greasy foods such as curry or chips. Heavy and rich foods will bloat and upset your stomach which will further aggravate your nausea. Sticking to a bland diet as a form of nausea treatment will really help settle your stomach. The BRAT diet is an acronym that stands for Bananas, Rice, Apples and Toast, which is a great guideline to follow for a bland diet that won’t upset your stomach while you still feel nauseas.
Following these three nausea treatments will help you recover from your nausea at home. However, if you still don’t feel better in a few days or have reoccurring nausea that you think may be caused by an underlying condition, then you should see your GP for an official diagnosis.
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