Nausea is a term that describes the feeling that you might vomit. Vomit is forcefully expelling the stomach’s contents out of the mouth. Nausea or vomiting, chest burn are common symptoms of Acidity. It is a digestive disease in which stomach acid or bile irritates the food pipe lining.
Nausea, vomiting is the backward flow of stomach acid into the oesophagus.
One can feel the taste regurgitated food or sour liquid at the back of mouth or feel a burning sensation in chest (heartburn).
According to Ayurveda, untimely food habits and lifestyle causes the aggravation of Pitta in the in the inner lining of the stomach and generates Aam. It causes the imbalance in the acid, bile, Helicobacter Pylori, and gastric mucosa. It affects the superficial and glandular areas of the gastric mucosa of the stomach and reduces the Kapha dosha. This Kapha doshas helps in the proper digestion. It leads to symptoms like nausea and to throw out the food due to the accumulated Pitta and Vata moving upwards in the stomach region. This is known as vomiting. Feeling of vomit is known as nausea.
Signs and Symptoms of Nausea
- Heart burn
- Regurgitation of gastric acid or stomach contents into the mouth.
- Difficult and/or painful swallowing
- Chest pain
Causes of Nausea
- Excessive eating left over food
- Excessive intake of fermented food
- Intake of diet consisting of salty, sour, pungent, oily, , hot, and uncooked food
- Excessive intake of diet made up of sugarcane juice
- Intake of curdled and spicy food
- Improper sleep
- Sleep during day time
- Having incompatible food like fish and milk
- Suppression of natural urges
- Poor digestion
- Excessive Fasting
- Pregnancy (Morning sickness)
Common causes of nausea are as followings-
- Heartburn or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
- Infection or virus
- Motion sickness and seasickness
Get rid of Acidity – Chest Burn-Bloating and Enjoy you favourite foods with Ayushakti’s Acidotox. Chemical antacids just gives symptomatic relief till you take them & long term use is connected with many side effects like Osteoporosis , vitamin B deficiencies, Gas or belching, Swelling & water retention in the feet, ankles, and hands and Constipation or diarrhea as , they block the secretion of digestive juices.
Ayushakti Ayurved Special Home Remedies to Control Vomiting
Nausea Due To Indigestion
- 1 tsp coriander powder
- 1 tsp cumin powder
- 1 tsp fennel seeds powder
Soak in a glass of water & add extracted liquid from soaked 20 raisins.
Take this 3-4 times a day.
For Travel Sickness
To reduce vomits during car, bus or train travel.
- 1 fresh Amla
- ¼ tsp Ginger powder
- ¼ tsp Black Pepper
- ½ tsp Rock Salt
Mix all the powders. Cut amla into half and deep in the powder and keep sucking during the travel. If there is vomit, suck ice constantly.
For Morning Sickness
- 5 parts of Shatavari
- ⅛ part of Shankabhasma
- ⅛ part of Kama Dudha
- 5 parts of Amla Powder
Take ½ Tspn of this mixture with lime juice or lemon juice in the early morning and at bedtime to reduce acid secretion in the stomach and relieve nausea.
- Wash your hand & feet properly when you come from outside
- Fasting once a week with warm ginger water
- Eat with a positive mental attitude
- Use boiled water
- Do light exercises-like pawan mooktasan, makrasan
- Sleep during the day
- Sedentary life style
- To sustain urges
- Don’t drink water after eating food
- Avoid freeze water
Nausea can come and go depending upon your health conditions and the reason. It is always advisable to treat any disease from its root cause. At Ayushakti Ayurved, we have treated 17775 persons suffering from Nausea, vomiting and Acidity.
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Author of the Blog: Dr.Ronak Naik
Expert Review By: Dr Smita Pankaj Naram