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Nausea and vomiting?

  1. We've all had it at one time or another: Nausea! You get a terribly nauseous feeling and you tend to vomit. This can be the result of seasickness / motion sickness, pregnancy, headaches, stress and even an allergy.

  2. Â We've all had it at one time or another: Nausea! You get a terribly nauseous feeling and you tend to vomit. This can be the result of seasickness / motion sickness, pregnancy, headaches, stress and even an allergy.

  1. Nausea is almost always a precursor to vomiting, although this may not always be the case. But the fact is that both, so nausea and vomiting, are inextricably linked.

  1. The nausea is the body's way of reporting that something is not right. Subsequent vomiting is due to this warning to clear the body of ingested food, along with any toxins.

  1. Nausea and vomiting is therefore never a condition in itself, but a symptom of another condition. A fantastic body warning system!

  1. Nausea, as the body's warning system, can result from a variety of temporary or chronic conditions. Sometimes the nausea is foreseen, so the cause is known. But usually the nausea comes on suddenly and there is no idea of ​​the cause at first. This cause can be found by checking a number of things:

  1. There are also, of course, causes that have nothing to do with a disease or illness. Think, for example, if you see, smell or taste something that you personally perceive as something disgusting and is literally nauseating. Also, nausea can arise from the use of medication, as a side effect.

  2. There are also, of course, causes that have nothing to do with a disease or illness. Think, for example, if you see, smell or taste something that you personally perceive as something disgusting and literally nauseating. Also, nausea can arise from the use of medication, as a side effect.

  1. Some well-known and very common causes of nausea and vomiting are:

  1. In the next two parts of this special we will deal with these 8 causes one by one. What is it, what are the symptoms and of course: What can you do about it!

  1. Both the control of nausea and the control of vomiting are controlled by a specific part of the brain: This is also called the "vomiting center". This part of the brain is directly connected to the gastrointestinal tract and also affects the balance organs.

  2. Both the control of nausea and the control of vomiting are controlled by a specific part of the brain: this is also called the "vomiting center". This part of the brain is directly connected to the gastrointestinal tract and also affects the balance organs.

  1. Nausea in itself is usually not serious, but it is always very annoying. The nauseous feeling ensures that you definitely do not feel like eating, because everything that has to be taken in through your mouth is against you. So it has a major impact on everything you do and possibly want to do.

  2. Nausea in itself is usually not serious, but it is always very annoying. The nauseous feeling ensures that you definitely do not feel like eating, because everything that has to be taken in through the mouth is against you. So it has a major impact on everything you do and possibly want to do.

  1. As mentioned earlier, nausea is usually accompanied by retching and / or vomiting. But you can also suffer from a slow heart rate, excessive saliva production, dehydration and sweating.

  1. The vomiting, as a result of the aforementioned nausea, is a very good and healthy response of the body. The body wants to get rid of something that is harmful to the body. For example alcohol, spoiled food or even emotion and tension.

  2. The vomiting, as a result of the aforementioned nausea, is a very good and healthy reaction of the body. The body wants to get rid of something that is harmful to the body. For example alcohol, spoiled food or even emotion and tension.

  1. The color, taste, smell and composition of the vomit can give clues to the cause of the nausea:

  1. What can you do yourself? Regardless of the cause of the nausea, you can take a sip of water every 5 to 10 minutes. When things get better after a while, very carefully eat and drink a little. But, of course, the best, and most proven, way to get rid of the nausea is to simply throw up. Never try to stop spontaneous vomiting, no matter how unpleasant it may be. A finger in the throat can also help.

  2. What can you do yourself? Regardless of the cause of the nausea, you can take a sip of water every 5 to 10 minutes. When things get better after a while, eat and drink very carefully. But of course, the best and most proven way to get rid of the nausea is to simply throw up. Never try to stop spontaneous vomiting, no matter how unpleasant it may be. A finger in the throat can also help.

  1. If vomiting doesn't work at all, for whatever reason, you can take an over-the-counter medicine that absorbs all the malignant substances in your stomach: Activated carbon. There is also a substance called domperidone maleate, which can empty the stomach very quickly, causing the urge to vomit and the bloating to disappear.

  1. Keep in mind that spontaneous vomiting, activated carbon and other substances that empty the stomach, also take the newly taken medicines and the contraceptive pill with you.

  2. Keep in mind that spontaneous vomiting, activated carbon and other substances that empty the stomach, also take the medicines you have just taken and the contraceptive pill with you.

  1. [!Pullquote] It is also important to make sure that no dehydration symptoms develop [!/ pullquote]. This happens very quickly, especially with children.

  2. [!Pull ratio] It is also important to make sure that no dehydration symptoms develop [!/ pull ratio]. This happens very quickly, especially with children.

  1. If the nausea and vomiting does not decrease after one day, you should consult your doctor. If the nausea is the result of a blow to the head, or you are vomiting blood, drowsy or confused, about to pass out, or accompanied by severe pain in your stomach, contact your doctor immediately.

  1. As we mentioned at the beginning of this article, there are many possible causes of nausea and vomiting. We will discuss the most common causes one by one in the next two parts of this special on nausea and vomiting.

  1. Do you have any good additions to this article? Let me know by leaving a comment below!



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