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Home Remedies for Nausea and vomiting

Ginger Tea or Chewing Ginger

Boil a piece of ginger in water for 10-15 minutes to make tea, or chew on a small piece of fresh ginger. Known for its antiemetic and anti-inflammatory properties.

Peppermint Oil or Tea

Inhale peppermint essential oil from a cloth, or sip on peppermint tea. Peppermint is known for its ability to relax stomach muscles and improve the flow of bile.

Deep Breathing

Take deep breaths, inhaling through the nose for a count of three, holding for a count of three, and exhaling through the mouth for a count of three. Deep breathing is known to activate the parasympathetic nervous system and reduce nausea.

Lemon Water or Inhalation

Add a slice of lemon to a glass of water and sip slowly, or inhale the aroma of lemon essential oil. Lemon is known for its refreshing scent and antiemetic properties.

Acupressure or Wrist Bands

Apply pressure to the inner wrist, about two and a half finger widths down from the wrist crease, or wear acupressure wrist bands. This technique is known to interfere with nerve signals that induce nausea.

Cold Compress

Place a cold compress or ice pack wrapped in a cloth at the back of your neck for a few minutes. This is known for its soothing and temperature-regulating effects that may alleviate nausea.

Chamomile Tea

Steep a chamomile tea bag in hot water for 5 minutes and sip slowly. Chamomile has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and astringent properties.

Rice Water

Boil 1 cup of rice in 2 cups of water, strain, and drink the remaining water. Rice water is a bland fluid that may ease stomach irritation.

Sports Drinks

Sip on a sports drink rich in electrolytes. This is beneficial for rehydration, especially if you've been vomiting.

BRAT Diet

Consume a diet of Bananas, Rice, Applesauce, and Toast. These foods are bland and easy on the stomach.

Cinnamon Tea

Boil a cinnamon stick in water for 10 minutes and sip slowly. Cinnamon has antiemetic and carminative properties.

Coconut Water

Drink coconut water to rehydrate. It is rich in electrolytes and is gentle on the stomach.

Fennel Seeds

Chew a teaspoon of fennel seeds or boil them in water to make tea. Fennel aids in digestion and may relieve nausea.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Mix 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in a glass of water and sip slowly. It may help in settling the stomach.

Cloves

Chew on a couple of cloves or add clove oil to a glass of warm water and sip. Cloves have antiseptic and anesthetic properties.

Lavender Oil Inhalation

Inhale lavender essential oil by adding a few drops to a cloth or bowl of hot water. Lavender is known for its calming and soothing properties.

Vitamin B6 Supplements

Take Vitamin B6 supplements as directed on the package. Vitamin B6 has been studied for its potential to relieve nausea, especially in pregnancy.

Saltine Crackers

Eat some saltine crackers, which are bland and may help absorb stomach acids.

Stay Upright

Sit up and avoid lying down as much as possible. An upright position aids in digestion and can reduce the backflow of acid that might cause nausea.

Fresh Air

Step outside or open a window to get some fresh air. Fresh air and good ventilation can sometimes help relieve nausea.


Disclaimer:
The information on this site is not meant to diagnose or treat any illness. Always consult a doctor before making health decisions. This content is for educational purposes only and should not replace professional medical advice.

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