15 NATURAL SOOTHING REMEDIES FOR NAUSEA AND UPSET STOMACH

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Nausea is a queasy feeling of unease and discomfort that no one enjoys. It could be a pointer to many possible causes and not just one particular thing. So why don’t we look at a few home remedies for nausea?

  1. DON’T HOLD IT IN

This pain is so exhaustive
Most often than not, feeling nauseous is just our bodies way of telling you that you need to throw up. So just do it. You will feel much better in no time rather than trying to hold it in. Don’t damage your esophagus pal.

  1. CARE FOR SOME GINGER ALE?

Ginger tea with mint and lemon in a glass
Ginger whether in its raw form, ginger ale or tea, is quite effective in stopping nausea. It boosts the secretion of digestive juices that neutralize the stomach acid that’s causing you discomfort. It also contains phenols that help to reduce all the activities in the stomach.

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  1. PEPPERMINT

Natural Mint Essential Oil in a Little Glass Bottle
Peppermint oil is a muscle reluctant. This quality enables it to relieve cramping which is linked to nausea. Peppermint oil in candy can also reduce nausea through its menthol effects. You may as well rub some to your gums. However, peppermint tea is the most popular form of taking it.

  1. LEMON OR LIME

freshly squeezed lemon juice in small bowl
The smell of lemon has been known to curb nausea. So when feeling nauseous, just cut a few slices of lemon and take in the smell. Frozen lemons also relieve nausea. The refreshing taste of the cold juice rushing down your throat will work wonders.

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  1. FRESH AIR

Young woman enjoying the fresh air.
Keep your windows wide open to allow fresh air to rush in. You might also go outside into the open air if possible. This sounds quite easy but most of the time it’s all you need. So go ahead and enjoy the air.

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