Nausea

Nausea is the feeling of sickness or the urge to vomit. It is usually paired with a lurching stomach or clammy skin. The causes differ from a stomach bug to migraine or pregnancy. Most of the time, you will find that the feeling of nausea disappears without vomiting. To get a quick relief instead of waiting for the feeling to subside, explore and get a hold of our range of effective treatments.

Nausea is the feeling of sickness or the urge to vomit. It is usually paired with a lurching stomach or clammy skin. The causes differ from a stomach bug to migraine or pregnancy. Most of the time, you will find that the feeling of nausea disappears without vomiting. To get a quick relief instead of waiting for the feeling to subside, explore and get a hold of our range of effective treatments.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Nausea? 

Nausea refers to the uncontrollable urge to vomit. The feeling of being sick and can range from a very mild turning of the stomach to an overwhelming sensation. Nausea in itself is uncomfortable and painless and it usually subsides on its own.

If you’re experiencing dry heaving or actual vomiting then most likely you have felt nauseated before this. But, nausea doesn’t always result in sickness or vomiting. It is usually accompanied by other symptoms such as clammy skin or gurgling stomach.

Nausea doesn’t happen as a standalone symptom though. It is usually related to other health symptoms like pain, headache, fever, diarrhoea or dizziness. You will need to check the other accompanying symptoms to know the cause of your nausea. Focusing on nausea alone will not give you a clue as to what your ailment is.

What causes Nausea? 

There are different reasons causing you to feel feeling nauseated. To determine the cause,  you should consider the other symptoms that are affecting you. If you are also experiencing diarrhoea, stomach pains and vomiting then you are likely to be experiencing gastroenteritis. This can be caused by food poisoning or a stomach bug. If you experience fever and cold symptoms with nausea then you may have contracted the flu.

If your nausea is accompanied by a headache or vision problems then you could be suffering from a migraine. If you have suffered a head injury you may also experience nausea and dizziness afterwards. Dizziness with nausea can also be a symptom of vertigo or fainting.

Other common causes of nausea include pregnancy due to morning sickness, motion sickness, or excessive consumption of drugs or alcohol. In some cases, nausea can also be triggered by strong or unpleasant odours.

What is the treatment for Nausea? 

Most of the time, nausea subsides on its own or is relieved after vomiting. However, if your nausea continues without vomiting, you can take anti-nausea treatments to ease the unpleasant feeling. At True Medical, we have many effective treatments available to help alleviate the discomfort of needing to vomit.

The treatment for nausea depends on its cause. You may need to take medications to cure the root cause of the problem, for example, migraine or gastroenteritis. This will eventually get rid of nausea as well.

You can also practice some good habits to help manage nausea. This includes drinking a lot of water making sure you take small, regular sips. Get plenty of fresh air. When you are nauseated try to avoid greasy, fried and strong-smelling foods and eat light and plain ones instead. Drinking herbal teas such as peppermint tea, ginger tea and other teas containing ginger can also provide relief from nausea. You can also apply gentle pressure to the inside of your wrists. Stay away from wearing clothes that are tight around the stomach to prevent you from feeling worse.