Nausea

10 Natural Home Remedies That Cost Just Pennies

…remove a wart, try rubbing it with the inside of a banana peel once or twice a day. Expect results within a month. Natural Home Remedy #3 Relieve nausea by eating a slice of ginger or ½ teaspoon powdered ginger. For motion sickness, take three or four hours before travel. Natural Home Remedy #4 Chicken…

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6 Effective, Natural Home Remedies

…drank three cups of hibiscus tea a day for six weeks experienced an average 14 mmHg reduction in systolic blood pressure. * Ginger for Nausea: For a natural nausea cure, try ginger—it eases queasiness caused by everything from stomach flu and seasickness to morning sickness and chemotherapy. To make…

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New Year’s Eve Survival Tips

…among these is acetaldehyde, which increases the production of free radicals that damage the liver and stimulate the brain to trigger feelings of nausea and discomfort. Certain nutrients, taken before that first drink, can neutralize the effects of acetaldehyde—the most important of these being the…

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Use Light Therapy for SAD

…or SSRIs) such as Prozac, Zoloft and Paxil. But these drugs are riddled with side effects ranging from loss of libido, headache, poor appetite and nausea to emotional detachment, severe agitation, uncharacteristic aggression and violence, and suicidal thoughts. The good news is that there are safer,…

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Migraines: An Ounce of Prevention…

…chronic tension headaches with an IV infusion of 1 gram of magnesium sulfate. Within 15 minutes, 80 percent of them had complete resolution of pain, nausea, and sensitivity to light and sound. * Feverfew. This herb has been used for centuries to treat migraines. It works by decreasing the production of…

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7 Baking Soda Health Benefits

…also safe, provided you do not exceed the recommended doses, as this could upset the body’s acid-base balance. Larger amounts can cause temporary nausea and diarrhea. Note: Although sodium bicarbonate contains quite a bit of sodium, it does not raise blood pressure.The hypertensive effect of salt (sodium…

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Do You Really Need That Antibiotic? Probably Not

…drugs have been proven to work no better than a placebo for sinus infections! In addition to being ineffective, overusing antibiotics can lead to nausea, yeast overgrowth, and other gastrointestinal disturbances. In fact, up to 20 percent of people stop taking their full course of antibiotics due to…

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