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Perimenopause and nausea.

For most people, nausea is one of the worst feelings out there.

After all, not only do you feel bad or sick, but your feelings are often accompanied by the idea of ​​what may happen if the feeling gets out of control.

The unpleasant and undesirable result of out-of-control nausea is something everyone hates! Unfortunately for women, perimenopause and nausea can sometimes go hand in hand. Many women say that the nausea they experience during perimenopause is similar to the morning sickness of pregnancy, except that it is much worse!

Some women have reported going through days or weeks of nausea where they can eat only one thing, and only small amounts.

The constantly upset stomach presented by nausea and perimenopause, other symptoms can be debilitating for a woman. Women often don't get enough nutrition, leading to headaches, poor concentration, and fatigue. In the worst case, a woman may not be able to perform any of her usual daily tasks or she may be malnourished.

So what can a woman do about perimenopause and the accompanying nausea? If a woman is having her first bout of nausea, she is asked to make sure that she is out of the question to be pregnant.

Once this is ruled out, she must find ways to cope with the symptom. Every woman's nausea tends to be different, so you will have to find a way that works for her.

Some women say that eating crackers or drinking soda can help, while others say that increasing the amount of water you drink throughout the day can also help. Other women claim that meditation or relaxation techniques work too.

This generally supports the theory that perimenopausal symptoms (including nausea) can be caused or worsened by extreme stress. Spending a few hours a day meditating seems to help some women cope with nausea and other perimenopausal symptoms.

Since doctors still don't know what specific hormonal imbalance triggers the nausea experienced by perimenopausal women, the best advice they give involves a complete change in the woman's lifestyle.

Usually, doctors recommend regular physical activity, strict sleep habits, and a healthy diet as a holistic way to rid women of nausea and symptoms of perimenopause in general. Remember that your perimenopause and nausea may be entirely unique to you.

Your best bet to surviving all of this is to educate yourself on all the symptoms of perimenopause, understand what is going on internally, and find the coping tips that work best for you!

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