Symptoms of nausea may not always be clear to many people. They may be feeling certain ailment, but they don't know if what they are feeling are symptoms of nausea. Nausea is typically used to describe the feeling of discomfort in the stomach or urge to vomit.
Nausea is nothing serious and everyone gets it at some point! It can be caused by abdominal and pelvic organs, brain and spinal fluid imbalances, balance centers in the inner ear, or chemical changes in the body. Most people find it very hard to describe what nausea feels like.
The common symptoms of nausea are feeling dizzy, having the urge to throw up, or an uncomfortable feeling in the back of the throat, the chest or the upper abdomen. It can be one of those symptoms, or a combination of all of them. One the symptoms includes feeling dizzy. Being dizzy feels like you are unbalanced and unsteady. You may also feel as if you are going to faint. It feels different from person to person but most often brings the sensation of feeling as if you are going to fall over because you feel unsteady.
Another symptom is having the urge to throw up. You may not actually have to throw up but you may feel as if you have to. This can be caused by eating tainted food or simply food that you did not find satisfying. Either way, feeling as if you are going to throw up is the most common symptom of nausea.
Another symptom of nausea is an uncomfortable feeling in the back of the throat, chest, or upper abdomen. It is not necessarily painful but it can be very uncomfortable. The reason the pain occurs there is because that is where the digestion occurs and if your nausea is caused by the food you ate, it's going to cause discomfort in those areas.
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms you are most likely experiencing nausea. Thankfully nausea is very treatable with rest and and a good stomach discomfort medicine. After that you should be well on your way to feeling better!
Disclaimer: This article does not constitute professional medical advice. Please consult with your doctor if you are experience symptoms of nausea.