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Nausea

Potential non-drug treatments for postoperative nausea: Aromatherapy and IV dextrose

Posted August 26, 2013

Two simple, non-drug treatments – aromatherapy and intravenous administration of a simple sugar solution – may offer effective new approaches to relieving nausea and vomiting after surgery, report a pair of studies in the September issue of Anesthesia & Analgesia, official journal of the International Anesthesia Research Society (IARS).

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Acupressure Wristband Relieves Migraine Nausea

Posted June 28, 2013

Nausea is one of the most debilitating symptoms of migraine and affects 80 percent of migraine suffers in the United States. Leading headache physician, Dr. Zoltan Medgyessy of the Berolina Clinic in Lohne, Germany demonstrated in a trial that pressure to the P6 antiemetic point on the inner wrist with an acupressure wristband is an effective and quick therapy for relieving nausea of migraine sufferers.

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How to treat morning sickness

Posted December 24, 2012

MOTHERS will tell you that the term “morning sickness” is a bit of a misnomer, because the nausea and roller coaster-like feeling that some pregnant women encounter occur throughout the day.

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Cannabis provides medical benefits

Posted July 4, 2012

By Marie Cendejas

There’s a increasing interest in the non-psychoactive medicinal benefits of cannabis, despite legislative resistance to appraise the long list of claims of the healing power of cannabis. The plant’s abilities as a painkiller and an anti-nauseant are well documented, but the plant also has a long history claims of other medical uses. In ancient Chinese traditional pharmacology, cannabis has a track record of helping over 120 ailments and conditions.

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Ginger may help enhance memory

Posted June 14, 2012

Ginger isn’t just a spice! In addition to ginger’s already-known health-boosting properties such as reducing motion sickness and nausea, having a soothing effect on the digestive tract and being a common remedy for colds, ginger can also help to support memory and cognitive function in middle-aged women.

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Trust in your neighbors could benefit your health, study shows

Posted April 30, 2012

Here’s an easy way to improve your health: trust your neighbors. A new study from the University of Missouri shows that increasing trust in neighbors is associated with better self-reported health.

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