Constant Heartburn And Nausea

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Dizziness is lightheadedness, feeling like you might faint, being unsteady, loss of balance, or vertigo. Dry heaves when it is at its worst. The nausea is worse in the morning and is aggravated by moving and somewhat alleviated by eating. More serious conditions that can lead to lightheadedness include heart problems (such as abnormal heart rhythm or heart attack), stroke, and severe drop in blood pressure (shock). Common symptoms of dizziness associated with aging include lightheadedness, a spinning sensation, giddiness, wooziness, or unsteadiness. Dizziness may be just mildly annoying or caused by something possibly life threatening. Lightheadedness is a feeling that you are about to faint or "pass out. Nausea is the body's way of reacting to an infection or condition.

Always carry a "sipper" cup filled with your favorite drinks. Dizziness and vertigo caused by a vestibular migraine may be triggered by turning your head quickly.

Brain causes. Stroke, tumor, headaches, migraines, hyperventilation. Fainting (syncope) - A loss of blood supply to the brain causing loss of consciousness, typically after loss of blood output by your heart. Dementia or senility - Any illness causing confusion or changed state of mind, such as medications, drugs, or alcohol.

Many things may trigger this infamous "common faint"a?"emotions, rapidly assuming an upright position, even urination. Promptly treat ear infections, colds, flus, sinus congestion, and other respiratory infections. This may help prevent labyrinthitis and Meniere's disease.

Nausea and vomiting can occur in both children and adults. Nausea is often indicative of an underlying condition elsewhere in the body. Nausea is also an adverse effect of many drugs. Nausea may also be an effect of a large intake of sugary foods. Nausea is the sensation that there is a need to vomit. Nausea can be acute and short-lived, or it can be prolonged. Nausea and vomiting can sometimes be symptoms of more serious diseases such as heart attacks, kidney or liver disorders, central nervous system disorders, brain tumors, and some forms of cancer. It is estimated that 50 to 90 percent of pregnant women experience nausea, while 25 to 55 percent experience vomiting. It often occurs with or precedes vomiting, but both nausea-without-vomiting and vomiting-without-nausea are possible.

Nausea Treatment Tips

1. Several antiemetics, and researchers continue to look for more effective treatments.

2. Doxylamine is the drug of choice in pregnancy-related nausea.

3. Non-invasive (often untested) mechanical devices used to suppress nausea due to motion sickness.

4. Avoid solid foods until there has been no vomiting for six hours, and then work slowly back to a normal diet.

5. Spice ginger is also used for centuries as a folk remedy to treat nausea.

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Frequently Asked Questions

    What could be the cause of constant nausea, heartburn, light cramping, and bouts of exhaustion?
    Okay, so for the past two weeks, I have been feeling nauseous to the point that it wakes me up at night. It will go away for a few hours and then come right back half the time with heartburn. I don't really want to eat a lot and I am tired during the day. I have light cramping on the lower left side that is reaching over to the right side over the past couple of days. Also, I am salivating a lot which I thought was due to the nausea. When I look up the symptoms on the web, it says the whole pregnancy thing. In 2002, I had a tubal ligation with the "clamps"; I was 22 years old. In regards to the menstrual cycles themselves, all my life they have been like clockwork until about 5 months ago. Then they would miss, just spot, or be like a waterfall. I even had two the month before last. If I were to guess based on last months period, I should be about due for mine. but like I said they are so irregular I just don't know. I don't know what else I can do. I have taken prosilec to no avail, Tums, and Rolaids - pretty much everything that there is on the market. If someone could give me some insight, I would be greatly appreciative. Thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      I will be keeping an eye in this question as I have the excact same things as in your question all the time! Horrid isn't it?!

    I have constant nausea and heartburn, the doctors have done all kind of tests but they can't find anything
    Any idea of what to do, has anybody gone through the same?
    is not an ulcer they already check for that

    • ANSWER:
      Did they do an upper endoscopy?
      I would go to a GI doctor, not a regular doctor if you haven't already. It could also be stress, or anxiety, so you may want to look into that. There is also a rare type of bacterial infection in the duodenem (the tube between your stomach and small intestines) that can cause that, but I can't remember what it's called.

    Is it possible to develop an allergy to alcohol?
    For the past three years, I have been an incredibly hard drinker. I could easily drink the better part of a liter of vodka, not be sick, and wake up the next day with a managable hangover. About three months ago, this all changed suddenly. Now whenever I have more than two beers, I wake up the next morning violently ill. I have frequent heartburn, constant nausea, and itchy skin if I have had any alcohol in the past 24 hours. Have I developed an allergy to alcohol? I've tried only drinking beer, or wine, or liqour to see if it was a particular kind, but they all make me feel wretched. What does this mean?

    • ANSWER:
      It's not allergy derived by alcohol, the fact is that the liver who is responsible to metabolize all kinds of things such as the vitamins, proteins, carbohydrates and is the one responsible to produce enzymes to digest food and drinks maybe you have a burn or hurt liver that isn't metabolizing alcohol the same way you have been doing for the past three years, because you gave your liver overwork and your liver doesn't process the same way the amounts of alcohol you have drink for the past 3 years and your liver doesn't produce the same quantity or amount of enzymes to digest it and that's why you are feeling all those symptoms!

      A possible solution to your problem is to stop drinking indefinetely because if you don't cease drinking your liver problem could get worse and develop another illness called "cirossis" and with that illness you liver will not process properly not only drinks but food will be not digested the same way you do know! Drink pure water and eat vegetables and do a healthy diet to repair your liver functions and take digestive enzymes pills to help you and your liver to properly create enzymes to process food and drink!

      Good Luck And Get Well!

    Eating boiled potatoes and carrots every day is harmful?
    I have stomach problems, constant nausea, heartburn, indigestion. I am taking a 300mg zantac pill every day, but eventhough the only food that seems to really help my stomach is potatoes and zarrots. I pretty much eat one bolied potato and two organic carrots every day. is it harmful? What's the recommend amount? I've heard that too much vitamin A might turn your skin yellow-orange, so Can it happen to me? What others food are good for releiving the stomach?

    • ANSWER:
      Harmful? Why would you think it is harmful?

      There's nothing wrong with potatoes and carrots. They both contain carbohydrates that your body needs. And as for Vitamin A, your body just rejects whatever it doesn't need.

      One way to help your stomach is to drink a lot more water. That can help dilute stomach acid.

    Could I be pregnant or are these symptoms of something else?
    I have constant nausea, heartburn, constipation, i'm gassy, and I had a mild yeast infection. I shouldn't have my period for another week and a half.

    • ANSWER:
      Honestly you wouldn't be having heart burn yet... or really be constipated/gassy... At least no one I've ever known has had these symptoms so early in a pregnancy. I would take a test if you don't get your period on time and if you're really concerned right now call your doc and maybe they'll have you come in for a blood test. Good luck! Hope you're feeling better soon!

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