How to prevent and treat nausea

Sometimes it creeps up on you slowly, and other times it can hit you out of nowhere, that queasy feeling in our stomach that may or may not come before vomiting. There are many different reasons nausea occurs, but it’s safe to say we’ve all been there.

What are the symptoms of nausea?

You might experience some or all of the following symptoms related to motion sickness:


How can I avoid nausea?

You can’t always avoid nausea, but if you know you’re at risk of getting it, here are a few ways to prepare:

  • Eat smaller meals throughout the day, rather than three large ones. Remember to eat slowly and avoid hard-to-digest foods.
  • If you are travelling and prone to motion sickness, try and sit in an area that has less motion. Near the wing of a plane or in the front seat of a car are both good locations.
  • To prevent nausea due to motion sickness, take GRAVOLTM an hour or so before you travel.


What can I do to feel better?

If you’re experiencing nausea, here are several things you can do to help reduce the effects:

  • Eat light, bland foods like crackers – they’re easier for your stomach to digest.
  • Rest by either sitting down or lying down.
  • Take GRAVOLTM to help treat your nausea due to motion sickness.

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