NAUSEA AND VOMITING

NAUSEA AND VOMITING

Nausea and vomiting are symptoms of digestive distress that can come from many causes, including strong odors, morning sickness, motion sickness, food poisoning, indigestion, intestinal obstruction, alcohol intoxication, drug use, prescription drugs, chemotherapy, and exposure to toxic materials, as well as emotional causes such as anxiety, stage fright, and disgust.

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INDIGESTION AND HEARTBURN

INDIGESTION AND HEARTBURN

Indigestion and heartburn are common conditions following eating too much or not being able to digest food properly.

SYMPTOMS

Indigestion can include nausea, gas, belching, stomach pain, and heart burn. It usually occurs in the two hours immediately after eating. Heart burn is burning pain in the chest behind the sternum, which is associated with the reflux of acidic or caustic stomach fluids into the esophagus. Heartburn may occur after eating any food which stimulates acid production in the stomach, such as proteins, spicy foods, or chocolate.

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COLD , COUGHS , BRONCHITIS , AND FEVER

Acute bronchitis is an inflammation of the bronchial tubes of the lungs. It is often associated with a cold or upper respiratory infection, fever, sore throat, and a nasal discharge or postnasal drip.Read More

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