Symptoms, remedies, treatments and care for Nausea

Morning Sickness

Morning sickness, also called nausea and vomiting of pregnancy (NVP), is a symptom of pregnancy that involves nausea or vomiting. The nausea usually starts around 6 weeks of pregnancy, but it can begin as early as 4 weeks. It tends to get worse over the next month or so. About half of the women who get nausea during pregnancy feel complete relief around 14 weeks. For most others, it takes another month or so for the queasiness to ease up, though it may return later or come and go throughout pregnancy.


Eat potato chips  Popularity: 126  Effectiveness: 3.2  
Inhale peppermint oil  Popularity: 49  Effectiveness: 3.4  
Drink coconut water and lemon  Popularity: 39  Effectiveness: 3.2  
Eat saltine crackers  Popularity: 23  Effectiveness: 3.2  
Eat almonds  Popularity: 19  Effectiveness: 3.2  
Take fennel  Popularity: 12  Effectiveness: 2.8  
Eat cheese  Popularity: 10  Effectiveness: 2.9  
Eat bael (wood apple)  Popularity: 0  Effectiveness: 0.0  


Nausea is a sensation of unease and discomfort in the upper stomach with an involuntary urge to vomit. It may precede vomiting, but a person can have nausea without vomiting.

Nausea is not a disease by itself but the symptom of many other possible conditions including motion sickness, morning sickness (pregnancy), dizziness, stress, anxiety, migraine, intense pain, fainting, low blood sugar, infections, medications, overeating, alcohol consumption, gastroenteritis (stomach infection) or food poisoning.


Drink lemon and honey tea  Popularity: 106  Effectiveness: 3.5  
Take apple cider vinegar  Popularity: 82  Effectiveness: 3.0  
Apply cold compress on forehead and neck  Popularity: 76  Effectiveness: 3.1  
Drink ginger tea  Popularity: 71  Effectiveness: 4.2  
Drink lime juice  Popularity: 63  Effectiveness: 3.6  
Take cinnamon  Popularity: 56  Effectiveness: 2.8  
Inhale peppermint essential oil  Popularity: 45  Effectiveness: 3.4  
Eat onion and ginger  Popularity: 24  Effectiveness: 2.7  
Drink pineapple and ginger juice  Popularity: 16  Effectiveness: 3.0  
Take clove  Popularity: 8  Effectiveness: 2.9  
Chew cardamom seeds  Popularity: 7  Effectiveness: 2.8  
Take cumin  Popularity: 1  Effectiveness: 3.0  
Eat honey and cardamom  Popularity: 0  Effectiveness: 0.0  
Take fennel  Popularity: 0  Effectiveness: 0.0  


Vomiting, a.k.a throwing up or emesis, is the forceful expulsion of stomach contents. Human body uses vomiting to get rid of poisons and toxins that have been ingested. It can be caused by many reasons such as food that has gone bad, drinking too much alcohol, an allergic reaction to food, ingesting poison, motion sickness, bacteria or virus infection, etc.

In most cases, vomiting will stop without specific medical treatment. The most important point to remember when you are suffering from vomiting is to keep yourself hydrated.


Take ginger  Popularity: 114  Effectiveness: 3.6  
Take onion and ginger  Popularity: 95  Effectiveness: 3.4  
Take lemon and honey  Popularity: 84  Effectiveness: 2.8  
Drink apple cider vinegar  Popularity: 77  Effectiveness: 3.5  
Take lime juice  Popularity: 59  Effectiveness: 3.0  
Drink water  Popularity: 53  Effectiveness: 3.4  
Chew mint leaves  Popularity: 41  Effectiveness: 3.4  
Take onion  Popularity: 30  Effectiveness: 3.0  
Drink rice water  Popularity: 19  Effectiveness: 3.5  
Take cinnamon  Popularity: 17  Effectiveness: 3.1  
Eat pineapple and ginger  Popularity: 16  Effectiveness: 3.2  
Take honey and cardamom  Popularity: 15  Effectiveness: 3.4  
Chew fennel seeds  Popularity: 4  Effectiveness: 3.0  
Take cumin seeds  Popularity: 2  Effectiveness: 3.5  
Take cloves  Popularity: 2  Effectiveness: 3.0  
Take cardamom seeds  Popularity: 0  Effectiveness: 0.0  

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