Nausea After Eating

Nausea After Eating Too Much

Most of us have probably overeaten to the point of feeling sick. When the stomach becomes filled beyond capacity, the result can be nausea—the uneasy sensation that you have to vomit. Fortunately, there are simple things you can do to control nausea—such as staying still, avoiding strong smells, or taking Emetrol. Emetrol is specifically indicated for the relief of upset stomach associated with nausea due to overindulgence in food and drink. Emetrol product information

Food Poisoning Symptoms

Food poisoning occurs when you swallow food or water containing certain bacteria, viruses, parasites, or other germs. Symptoms of food poisoning can include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal cramps, fever and chills, weakness, and headache. Symptoms usually begin 2 to 6 hours after swallowing the contaminated substance and typically get better within a couple of days. You can help manage food poisoning symptoms by drinking enough fluids, controlling nausea and vomiting, managing diarrhea, and getting plenty of rest.

Nausea After Drinking Too Much

Nausea is one of a group of unpleasant symptoms associated with hangover. Other common hangover symptoms include fatigue, thirst, headache, and dizziness. Some of these can be relieved by sipping plenty of water or fruit juice, eating small amounts of bland foods (like toast or crackers), and sleeping. And for nausea symptoms, taking Emetrol can help; Learn more about Emetrol Chewables, which is specially formulated for overindulgence in adults.

FAQ: How is Emetrol different?

Hint: Not all stomach remedies are intended for nausea. See more FAQs

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Emetrol was named by U.S. News & World Report and Pharmacy Times as the #1 pharmacist-recommended brand in the “Nausea Remedies” category for 2022-2023.