How To Get Rid Of Nausea In 1 Minute

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Nausea is something most people are familiar
with. It is never pleasant and can arise in a variety
of situations, including pregnancy and travel. Anti-nausea medications are commonly used
to help relieve it. Unfortunately, such medications can have negative
side effects of their own, including drowsiness. In this video we share our top tips for curing
nausea, we’ve also included links in the description to any remedies mentioned, so
make sure you check those out. At number 1 is to eat ginger. Ginger is a popular natural remedy commonly
used to treat nausea. The way it works is not yet fully understood. However, experts believe that compounds in
ginger may work in a similar way to anti-nausea medications. In fact, several studies agree that ginger
is effective at reducing nausea in various situations. For instance, consuming ginger may be an effective
way to reduce nausea during pregnancy. Ginger may also be effective at reducing the
nausea people commonly experience after chemotherapy treatment or an operation. Some studies even report ginger to be as effective
as some prescription medications, with fewer negative side effects. There is no consensus regarding the most effective
dosage, but most of the studies above provided participants with 0.5 to 1.5 grams of dried
ginger root per day. Ginger use is safe for most people. However, you may need to limit your ginger
intake if you’re prone to low blood pressure or low blood sugar, or if you’re taking blood
thinners. Some experts also question the safety of eating
dried ginger during pregnancy. While there are only a small number of studies
on ginger, the ones performed on healthy pregnant women report a low risk of side effects. Thus, most experts consider ginger to be a
safe, effective remedy during pregnancy. At number 2 is Peppermint Aromatherapy
Peppermint aromatherapy is another alternative likely to help reduce nausea. One study assessed its effects in women who
had just given birth by C-section. Those exposed to a peppermint smell rated
their level of nausea significantly lower than those given anti-nausea medications or
a placebo. In another study, peppermint aromatherapy
was effective at reducing nausea in 57% of cases. In a third study, using an inhaler containing
peppermint oil at the onset of nausea reduced symptoms — within two minutes of treatment
— in 44% of cases. Some propose that sipping on a cup of peppermint
tea may have similar anti-nausea effects. Yet while you have little to lose by giving
peppermint tea a try, there are currently no studies that confirm its effectiveness. Peppermint oil taken in pill form has shown
mixed results. Some studies show benefits, while others find
no effects. What’s more, little information exists on
the safety of ingesting peppermint oil. For this reason, more studies on peppermint
pills are needed before strong conclusions can be made. However, smelling peppermint oil should be
perfectly safe and seems to work in about half of people. At number 3 is to Try Acupuncture or Acupressure. Acupuncture and acupressure are two techniques
commonly used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat nausea and vomiting. During acupuncture, thin needles are inserted
into specific points on the body. Acupressure aims to stimulate the same points
of the body, but uses pressure instead of needles to do so. Both techniques stimulate nerve fibers, which
transmit signals to the brain and spinal cord. These signals are thought to have the ability
to decrease nausea. For instance, two recent reviews report that
acupuncture and acupressure reduce the risk of developing nausea after an operation by
28–75%. What’s more, studies show that both forms
are as effective as anti-nausea medications at reducing symptoms, with virtually no negative
side effects. Similarly, two other reviews report that acupressure
lowers the severity of nausea and the risk of developing it after chemotherapy. There is also some evidence that acupuncture
may reduce nausea during pregnancy, but more research is needed on this. Most studies that report a benefit stimulated
the Neiguan acupuncture point, also known as the P6 or inner frontier gate point. You can stimulate this nerve on your own simply
by placing your thumb 2–3 finger widths down from your inner wrist, between the two
prominent tendons. At number 4 is to Slice a Lemon. Citrusy smells, such as those from a freshly
sliced lemon, may help reduce nausea in pregnant women. In one study, a group of 100 pregnant women
were instructed to inhale either lemon or almond essential oils as soon as they felt
nausea. At the end of the 4-day study, those in the
lemon group rated their nausea up to 9% lower than those given the almond oil placebo. Slicing a lemon or simply scratching its peel
may work in a similar way because it helps release its essential oils into the air. A vial of lemon essential oil may be a practical
alternative to use when you’re away from home. And our final tip at number 5 is to Control
Your Breathing. Taking slow, deep breaths can also help reduce
nausea. In one study, researchers attempted to determine
which aromatherapy scent was most effective at reducing nausea following surgery. They instructed participants to breathe in
slowly through the nose and exhale through the mouth three times, while exposed to various
scents. All participants, including those in the placebo
group, reported a decrease in nausea. This made the researchers suspect that the
controlled breathing may have provided the relief. In a second study, researchers confirmed that
aromatherapy and controlled breathing both independently relieve nausea. In this study, the controlled breathing reduced
it in 62% of cases. The breathing pattern used in this last study
required participants to inhale through their nose to a count of three, hold their breath
to a count of three, then exhale to a count of three
So that sums up our top tips for curing nausea we hope we helped. If you have any tips of your own leave them
in the comments and drop a like on the video. Until next time have a great day.

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