Nausea and Vomiting in Pakistani People
In this article we will discuss the causes of Nausea and Vomiting in Pakistani People.
It is the intense condition in which you ejects the stuffing of the stomach through your mouth.
This is the feeling that you may vomit but actually you are not vomiting.
Vomiting and Nausea both have some common symptoms and both can be treated in many ways. They are mostly common in pregnant women or people going under treatment for any serious diseases like cancer.
Some causes of Nausea and Vomiting
- Pregnancy especially early stages of pregnancy.
- Stomach disease.
- Food poisoning.
- Any type of infections.
- Overeating or eating after stomach is full.
- A reaction to certain smells during pregnancy.
- Heart attack.
- Brain injury.
- Psychological illnesses.
- Gas in the stomach.
- Use of some medicines.
- Unbearable pain.
- Stress or fear or anxiety.
- Viral infection in children.
- Milk allergy in children.
- Coughing in children.
- High fever in children.
- In Pakistan or developing countries most people are eating unhealthy junk foods which is available in streets and most of the time it cause infection or dehydration. Especially children of developing countries are at high risk to get infection due to eating dirty food.
What is more harmful
Nausea is harmless, vomiting also not very harmful every time but in some cases it can be a sign of very serious disease. Sometime excessive Nausea can cause serious complications like dehydrating. Especially excessive nausea in children can cause dehydration quickly as compared to adults.
Also regular vomiting during pregnancy can lead mother to develop fluid and mineral inequities that can danger mother life as well as unborn child’s life.
Diagnosing the cause
Doctors are studying the history and do following in order to determine the cause of nausea and vomiting.
- Physical examination.
- Laboratory tests.
- Blood tests.
Treating nausea and vomiting
- There are number of ways to treat nausea and vomiting.
- Eat only light foods.
- Avoid strong flavors.
- Drink liquids.
- Avoiding physical activity after eating.
- Drink a cup of ginger tea.
- Eat smaller food.
- Drinking large amount of clear fluids.
- Avoid solid foods.