When you can tolerate clear liquids for several hours without vomiting and if you're hungry, try eating small amounts of bland foods. Try foods such as bananas, rice, applesauce, dry toast, soda crackers (these foods are called BRAT diet).
Why not eating may cause nausea To help break down food, your stomach produces hydrochloric acid. If you don't eat for a long period of time, that acid can build up in your stomach and potentially lead to acid reflux and nausea. An empty stomach may also trigger hunger pangs.
Here are five tips to help.Sip a little bit of water at a time, but often. Make sure fluids are tepid (meaning room temperature) Try oral rehydration solutions (ORS) or coconut water. If you can hold foods down, stick to BRAT foods. Talk to your doctor before taking over-the-counter medications.Dec 29, 2020
Foods sensitivities, low Vitamin D, intestinal parasites, medications, stress, and hyperthyroid or hypothyroid are all known culprits. From these culprits your barrier system will be affected in stages, starting with localized inflammation of the intestinal lining.