Anxiety induced nausea?

Discussion in 'Mental Health Disorders' started by Petal, Jul 3, 2009.

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  1. Petal

    Petal SF dreamer Staff Alumni SF Supporter

    Does anyone else suffer from this?

    How is it treated?

    I asked my doctor about this ages ago,she said there is no cure..only treatments such as benzo's which she wouldn't prescribe me :dry:

  2. plates

    plates Well-Known Member

    once the anxiety goes and your body relaxes, i would think the nausea goes too.

    generally calming/soothing yourself down in any way. :dunno:
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  3. yursomedicated

    yursomedicated Chat & Forum Buddy

    When I get nervous, I instantly become nauseas.
  4. shades

    shades Staff Alumni

    I'm sorry that you cannot the anti-anxiety meds that you need. But perhaps you can at least relieve the nausea with dramamine, which is one of the most widely used in the U.S. to my knowledge. There are similar motion sickness tablets which would at least help you with that part of it. :sad:
  5. rojomi

    rojomi Banned Member

    yes, i have it a little now-for me there so many triggers. I am prescribed benzo's but they don't really work anymore. I always have generic Dramamine on hand 4 when it gets really bad,(as in gagging). They seem to help-just now patriotic pyromaniacs are taking back Boston harbor or wetf July 4th is supposed to commemorate-idiots! Oh, the up side to nausea; weight loss!
  6. Brighid Moon

    Brighid Moon Member & Antiquities Friend

    Anxiety induced nausea and IBS. Yay. No, it's very normal. There's nothing I do, except try and not be upset and just live with it. I drink Ensure (or the generic) to make sure I get enough vitamins. Even good stress is stress! :faint:
  7. Brighid Moon

    Brighid Moon Member & Antiquities Friend

    Oh, and heartburn and acid reflux.
  8. Petal

    Petal SF dreamer Staff Alumni SF Supporter

    Yeah,when I'm relaxed there is no nausea. I just have to find how to do that more than not :dunno:

    Yeah,nothing helps it :( I've tried everything, ginger, motillium, stemetil, eating burnt toast :unsure:
  9. Petal

    Petal SF dreamer Staff Alumni SF Supporter

    I think dramamine is the equivalent to motillium,it didnt help the nausea is too severe.

    Thanks :hug:
  10. cloudXstrife

    cloudXstrife Member

    i suffer from social anxiety and nausea is my biggist problem! if i could get rid of the nausea that would be like 75% of my sa cured. has anyone tried ginger root capsules? i heard they help im thinking og gettin some
  11. Ignored

    Ignored Staff Alumni

    I used to be on an anti-nausea tablet 3x daily because of the lithium I was on (metacloprimide... sp). That was quite good. There are also others... it's worth asking your dr for alternatives which might work. Otherwise try natural remedies.... ginger is good I think or peppermint tea.
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