Remedies for Nausea and Vomiting

Nausea can be caused by food poisoning and morning sickness, and it responds to certain home remedies and medications.
Causes of nausea include food allergies, stomach flu, migraines, diabetes, heart problems, and heart problems.
Water and juice can be effective at relieving dehydration caused by nausea.
Sports drinks offer better hydration than flat soda when dealing with the effects of nausea.
Finding liquid-based foods to eat can help ease your way back into nourishment during a bout of nausea.
Several drugs can help ease an upset stomach, but be careful giving these to children.
Ginger is a natural remedy for an upset stomach.
Morning sickness is an all-too-common side effect of being pregnant, but there are some helpful natural remedies for morning sickness.
Sometimes nausea can become dangerous, such as when the sick person acts confused or may have consumed poison.

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