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Have you ever experienced that awful, queasy feeling in the stomach that makes you feel like you're going to vomit? The answer is probably yes. It is estimated that most adults experience nausea at some point each year. There are plenty of reason that can make you feel nauseous. Pregnancy, food allergies and intolerances, infections, surgery, gut diseases, medications, cancer treatment, hormone disorders, are some common factors that can trigger this process. Feeling nauseous is also linked to by a lack of sleep, poor diet, anxiety or stress. You may not want to eat anything when you feel are feeling nauseated. However, it is important to eat small amounts of certain foods to keep your energy levels up. Also, you should keep your body hydrated by drinking clear beverages, such as water or soda, especially to replace lost fluids if vomiting and help your stomach settle. Here are the 5 foods that may help relive nausea. Shutterstock



Ginger: It contains bioactive compounds, such as gingerol, paradol and shogaol, which are thought to improve nausea symptoms. Studies have shown that eating ginger may reduce nausea caused by motion sickness, surgery, chemotherapy, and morning sickness during pregnancy.




Bananas: Bananas are a good source of energy and vitamins. They are easy to eat even when you’re sick and nauseous. It can help replace potassium lost due to vomiting or diarrhea.

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Applesauce: As it is rich in carbs and gentle on your stomach, Applesauce is recommended for people experiencing nausea or diarrhea. It’s high in the dietary fiber pectin, which may be beneficial if you also have diarrhea.




Herbal Tea: Peppermint tea or lemon tea are a common home remedy for nausea, though there is no scientific evidence to support this claim. Nonetheless, many people find herbal teas soothing. The fluids can provide hydration when you’re sick.



Starchy, plain foods: Rice, potatoes and noodles are good choices when you’re nauseous as they are mild in taste and smell. They’re also high in calories and help settle your stomach.

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