At one point or another, everyone gets Nauseous. As someone who is basically nauseous on a regular basis, almost every day all day, and throws up quite a lot, I’ve had to learn some tricks of the trade as to how to relieve Nausea, or at least lower its intensity for a while. These tips are especially great for when you’re out in public but really have no shot at going home any time soon, so you just sort of have to get through it. Here are some of my best tips to relieve or at least help your nausea.
Ginger ale. Seriously, it’s my life saver and I basically live on this stuff. I’d love a lifetime supply of the drink as I almost always have to have a few bottles in my fridge at all times, because if I don’t I’ll instantly regret it. Whether it’s diet or regular is up to you, though I’ve found that the regular seems to help more compared to the diet for me personally. I’ve also definitely found myself that different brands of the soda have different effects on whether or not it will help ease some of your nausea. Canada Dry and Seagrams seem to be the best brands that help me the most, though this could totally be different for you. There’s also a local gas station and corner store called Stewarts in my area who make their own Ginger ale that has a very strong ginger taste, but helps a ton!
Raw ginger, in many different forms. Even better than just having some ginger ale is just eating the root itself, and you can do that in a few different forms. Keep in mind that ginger is incredibly spicy, but will definitely help either ease your nausea or make it go completely away! They sell ginger candies in different stores and some doctors offices even have them, or you can do what I do – buy “candied” ginger, which is just covered in sugar. A small piece will definitely help for at least the time being, if not make your nausea completely go away! It’s still very spicy but the sugar on it definitely helps.
What I like to call “straight up carbs”. Whenever I’m nauseous, there are only a few things that I can ever stomach – saltine crackers, ritz butter crackers, or plain Italian Bread. Sometimes a bagel will help as well, but I’d rather it be the soft Italian bread or even a hard roll with the soft insides. Basically nothing with any flavor. The bread and carbs will help absorb some of your stomach acid and relieve some of your nausea. This works especially well if you feel nauseous because you haven’t eaten anything in a while, but are too nauseous to eat something more substantial.
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