A feeling of malaise that grips him stomach sometimes up to vomiting: nausea is a symptom very common, which can be associated with completely harmless and transient ailments, but also with certain more complex diseases. But how and why nausea occurs? And what are the remedies more effective to use especially during pregnancy?
What is clear is that nausea is not a pathological condition in itself, but rather a symptom of some diseases, many of which involve the stomach, and, in many cases, some sort of defense mechanism in the body. It can also be thecollateral effect of some drugs, it can appear after indigestion and is the most common symptom of the first months of pregnancy. Obviously, the duration of the feeling of nausea varies depending on what triggered it.
It is clear, therefore, that nausea is a symptom manifesting as a feeling of discomfort in the upper part of the stomach, spreading to the chest or back of the throat. Accompanying most episodes of nausea is a sense of vomiting, which may remain so and not translate into actual rejection.
There may be nausea to trigger multiple factors: from problems affecting the abdominal or pelvic organs a central nervous system disorders to those relating to balance centers of the inner ear. If it is directly related to head trauma, headache or severe abdominal pain it should cause concern and you should seek medical attention.
- bowel obstruction
- gastric volvulus
- gastroesophageal reflux
- pyelonephritis (inflammation of the kidneys) and kidney failure
- affections of the gallbladder
- painful menstruation
- trauma to the head and brain haemorrhages
- brain tumors
- damage to the optic nerve responsible for glaucoma
- benign paroxysmal positional vertigo
- vestibular neuronitis
- Ménière's syndrome
- birth control pill
- some food allergies
- some pharmacological substances, especially chemotherapy and antidepressants
- alcohol abuse
- general anesthesia
- the larynx undergoes closure
- the abdominal muscles and diaphragm contract
- the lower portion of the stomach contracts
- previous tRauma under test
- severe headaches
- severe abdominal pain
- vomiting with blood
- extreme weakness
- high fever
- blurred vision or eye pain
- stiff neck
La nausea in pregnancy is a more than common symptom and generally disappears after the first few months. It manifests itself differently from woman to woman: it usually starts in the morning, when the stomach is empty, but there are some women who suffer from it in the afternoon, others throughout the day and still others during the night.
When the nausea in pregnancy is so strong that it prevents normal daily activities, it is in the presence of hyperemesis gravidarum, which is a real clinical picture to be resolved as soon as possible with your gynecologist.
If you do not suffer from any pathology and have been waking up with a distinct sense of nausea for a few mornings, then it is very likely that you are expecting a baby! Having said that, however, that problem remains to be solved: that nauseating malaise that doesn't get you into gear.src="/images/posts/c4d99eed04d28a7b2fb630cd5f16a8d1-0.jpg">
- consuming salty and dry foods, such as rusks and crackers, but not to be associated with liquids
- drinking carbonated water
- avoiding coffee, fruit juices, tea
- avoiding foods that are very fatty and with strong flavors
- chewing long and slowly
- taking long walks outdoors
- avoiding long journeys by car and very crowded places
- avoiding unpleasant odors
- Lo ginger, taken in juice or even candied can reduce the sense of nausea