How to Treat Nausea With Home Remedies
Step 1
Drink 1 to 2 tbs. of a non-carbonated syrup (like corn or sugar syrup) or a lukewarm, "flat" carbonated soda. These remedies aren't recommended if you're diabetic or watching your sugar intake.

Step 2
Use ginger, one of the oldest remedies for nausea. Keep ginger ale, fresh ginger or ginger cookies on hand. Purchase ginger root capsules and take according to directions.

Step 3
Settle your stomach by drinking warm liquids like broth or hot water with lemon before eating solid food. Nibble a few saltine crackers, and then add small quantities of bananas, apples, rice or toast.

Step 4
Rub peppermint oil on your gums, or suck on a piece of peppermint candy. Make a tea from peppermint. Place the dried herbs in a tea ball or tea bag and seep in hot water for a few minutes. Spearmint and chamomile teas may help, too.

Step 5
Experiment with scents that can calm your stomach and make you feel better, like peppermint oil or a freshly cut lemon.

Step 6
Purchase sea-bands, which apply acupressure to the wrists to relieve nausea. If you don't have sea-bands, to achieve a similar effect use your thumb to apply firm pressure to the inside of your wrists.

Step 7
Prevent future nausea. Follow a diet that includes fruit, vegetables and fiber-rich foods. Don't eat fried and processed foods. Find out what foods upset your stomach and stay away from them.
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