Natural Ways to Help with Nausea


Nausea tends to occur in the patient who is battling cancer, especially cervical cancer. It can be either a side effect of some treatments or symptom of cancer itself. Besides that, you can use drugs to ease your nausea or you can also consider natural ways to get some relief.


It is no wonder that ginger ranks first in the list of foods that help calm nausea. Ginger can help to neutralize stomach acid by enhancing the secretion of various digestive juices or enzymes. Phenols in ginger can be considered as a sedative on irritated stomach tissue. These phenols promote the digestion of food to the stomach and release toxins in the body more quickly that make you feel better. You can use it in any forms, such as capsule, root raw, or as a spice in food processing. You can also enjoy a cup of ginger tea or eat candied ginger to soothe nausea in the stomach.


Acupressure is a traditional medical method that impacts on a few points of the body. This method brings effects for most of the symptoms, and nausea is not an exceptional. Studies report that utilizing pressure points in your body will release neurotransmitters.They are serotonin or endorphins, which helps to block others harmed chemical.


Nutrition experts recommend that you should divide your diet into several small meals to continuously maintain the operation of stomach and anti-nausea. An empty stomach is likely to cause nausea easily as your stomach does not want to consume healthy food or drink. Some snacks which promote saliva and gastric fluids such as hard candy, or drops containing chamomile or lemon can help relieve nausea.


Peppermint is a wonderful traditional remedy used for a long time ago to treat nausea. Both peppermint leaves and peppermint oil bring benefits in dealing with indigestion and irritable bowel syndrome. Because of its calming and numbing properties, it moves the food to the stomach faster that helps relax your stomach. You could use peppermint in any forms, such as capsule and essential oil. Peppermint is safe for most of people, including pregnant women. But if you have gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), you should not use peppermint.

Physical activity

Feeling dizzy or faint that lead to nausea may be the result of circulation. Some positions can help you to reduce this feeling because they pump blood to where it is needed. Meanwhile, they help balance your brain by altering blood flow. Here are some suggestions for you:

  • It is great to find a place to lie down a bed in a dark, quiet, room. Keep your head lying mostly flat without any pillows. Breathe normally.
  • Sit down with your back up against a wall, put your knees up, put your head between your knee and breathe.

Nausea is not considered a serious problem because you can address it by drugs or natural remedies. However, if your nausea prolongs, you should come to see a doctor for finding causes and getting help in time.

Hello Health Group does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

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