What We Can Do at Home to Manage Nausea and Vomiting

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Home Remedies for Nausea and Vomiting

Nausea and vomiting can both be an indication of a disease of the gastrointestinal tract as well as caused by other diseased organs, such as a heart attack, a concussion and much more. When you experience nausea or vomiting, you may need to see a doctor to identify the underlying cause. Before you get a diagnosis or treatment plan from your doctor, you may want to do something to relieve the symptoms. Here are what you can do:

Go outside or open the window and breathe deeply and quietly. Do not eat anything and slowly start feeding again, with tea and rusks or oatmeal.

Healing tea preparation
Pour one teaspoon of yarrow with one quarter of a liter of boiling water, allow to infuse for one minute, strain and then sip three times a day in small sips.

or

Make a tea blend of 15 grams of valerian root and peppermint and 10 grams each of chamomile and cumin. Pour a tablespoon of this mixture over with a cup of boiling water, let stand for ten minutes and strain. Drink a cup several times a day.

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  1. Chamomile and peppermint tea soothe the stomach. Drink it unsweetened or with glucose or ginger.
  2. Try to replace lost electrolytes with mineral drinks.
  3. Put a teaspoon of Enziangeist in a glass of water. Drink it in sips.
  4. Swedish bitters, which you can buy in the pharmacy, sells the nausea very quickly.


 

 

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2 Answers

These messages are for mutual support and information sharing only. Always consult your doctor before trying anything you read here.
Hi!  When raising my son alone the Dr. suggested,  'Lemon mint' flavored, 'EMATROL!'  That stuff taken as directed on the box, worked miracles for my son and for me, later on even when I got sick and took the adult dose.  It was soo very quick that I bearly had a chance to swallow it down!  I hope you find the same relief as we did!!
can a 10 month old have some of that?
what can you give a 10 month old and a 1 year old for vomiting?
If your baby vomits, it is better not to give any food or water temporarily. When the baby stops vomiting, then you can give soup or milk. If the vomiting does not stop, go to see a pediatrician
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