A feeling of sickness or an inclination to vomit, with a loathing for food, is described as nausea. It may arise from various disorders of the digestive tract or of other organs. It may be provoked by unpleasant sights and smells, or even by the remembrance of these.
Application and treatment:
An unpleasant sensation involving severe contracts of the throat, esophagus, stomach, duodenum, and intestinal walls often causing vomiting. Apply pads in accordance with applications as listed under Abdominal pain, and others, depending on the cause, if that is known.
It may be caused by a signal from the brain from poisons in the body, tobacco, alcohol, and drags. Other causes: shock, worry, diabetes, uremic poisoning, high brain pressure, cerebral hemorrhage, tumor, encephalitis, and meningitis, neurosis, motion sickness, stomach cancer or ulcers, gastritis, and morning sickness. It may be caused by a signal from the vagus nerve which can be canceled with positive polarity.