Nausea Symptoms Described

Filed Under: Nausea, Digestive Health
Last Reviewed 02/06/2014

Nausea Symptoms Described

Find out about the wide range of nausea symptoms

Just about everyone experiences brief bouts of nausea—that unpleasant, sick-stomach feeling. Sometimes nausea goes away on its own. Other times it’s accompanied by excessive salivation and ends in vomiting. Under certain circumstances, the nausea subsides after vomiting, although occasionally the nausea lingers or returns. The key to stopping nausea is to uncover its root cause.

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