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Bridgett

I am allergic to mint, so for those of you who don't like it, or are unable to eat it, try simply smelling it. It works for me all the time, and almost instantly.

Also, you can use pressure points to help, like the spot between your thumb and index finger, or the spot in the middle of your wrist.

If you normally drink carbonated drinks to help ease nausea, I recommend staying away from sugary drinks. Try diet sodas or fizzy water,

Ginger helps alot too. Have some ginger tea or ginger ale.

Avoid being too warm. Warmth usually adds to the feeling of nausea. Use some ice packs of cool washcloths on your neck and face to help.

Eat some plain crackers to get some food in your stomach, avoid sugary, oily, fatty and salty foods of course.

Finally, the number one way to rid yourself of nausea is, of course, to vomit. I realize its not the most fun thing to do, but it is the best way to help rid yourself of nausea, especially if you feel that your nausea is coming from the flu or food poisoning.

I hope this helps!

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Ilana

The pressure point between my thumb and 1st finger really worked! But you have to keep doing it on and off or else the pain creeps back in. I was also eating plain crackers, seltzer and water at the time so that played into it. But the resurgence of pain seemed to correspond to when I stopped applying pressure between the fingers. Thanks!

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