nausea

Nausea is a feeling of unease and discomfort in the stomach which makes individuals feel as though they may vomit, however may not always proceed to vomiting.

Nausea is also classified as a non-specific symptom, which means there may be many unknown causes. Often time’s short-term nausea is typically harmless, however it can also indicate that there may be a more serious condition present.  Additionally, when nausea causes excessive vomiting, it can lead to dehydration and further electrolyte imbalances.

If you or a loved one is suffering from nausea due to a negligent act of another individual, our personal injury attorneys believe that the victim may be eligible to receive compensation for any losses or damages caused by these negligent actions.  Our attorneys believe that a negligent individual must be held accountable for their actions and pay for all medical expenses and losses they have caused to an innocent individual.

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Symptoms of Nausea

As previously stated, there may be many things that can cause an individual to become nauseated. Of course, the timing of which the nausea sets in can indicate signs of further complications.  Many times, if the nausea appears directly after a meal, we may assume it is food poisoning, or if it occurs in the morning in women, it could be an early sign of pregnancy.

Some conditions nausea is associated with include:

  • Bulimia
  • Brain tumor
  • Concussion
  • Gastro paresis
  • Infections
  • Food poisoning
  • Gallbladder disease
  • Intense Pain
  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Pregnancy
  • Medication-induced
  • Overeating
  • Ulcers
  • Heart attack
  • Cancer
  • Allergies
  • Motion sickness

If your nausea lasts for more than a couple of days and there is no possibility that you are pregnant, it is advised to seek medical attention immediately because there could be a more severe matter at hand. Additionally, any documents can be used by an attorney if the nausea was caused by a negligent action of another individual.

Nausea Treatment

As we can imagine, the feeling of nausea is something we hope will pass quickly, however in some cases it may linger. Thus, there are several treatment methods that may be used to eliminate or reduce nausea. In some instances, a doctor will prescribe additional medications to treat nausea.

Some common nausea treatment includes:

  • Slowly drinking large amounts of water or clear fluid
  • Resting in a seated position or lying propped up
  • Hold P6 acupressure point on inside of wrist
  • Use ginger or peppermint
  • Practice deep breaths
  • Put your head between your knees
  • Get some fresh air

Although there are many additional treatments proven to help reduce nausea, these are the most common treatments used today.

Preventing Nausea

At times there may be nothing we can do to prevent nausea, especially in cases where the nausea is associated with specific ailments or if you are an individual who is more likely to get motion sickness.  However, in other cases, there are some things we can do to prevent nausea from occurring at all.

Some common nausea prevention techniques include:

  • Eat small meals throughout the day
  • Eat more slowly
  • Keep focused on something in the distance to prevent motion sickness
  • Avoid consuming alcohol
  • Take medications prior to traveling to prevent motion sickness
  • Rest after eating
  • Drink liquid between meals

In most cases, these techniques will help to prevent nausea from occurring.  Of course, there may be instances where nausea cannot be prevented, especially in severe cases of motion sickness and with certain ailments.

Contact an Experienced Personal Injury Attorney

At The Eichholz Law Firm, our attorneys believe that if you have become subject to extreme nausea due to the negligent actions of another individual, you may be entitled to compensation for any losses or medical expenses.  Our attorneys have won millions in successful verdicts and settlements for our clients and seek the maximum compensation available for all of our clients.  We also work on a contingency fee basis, meaning that we will not charge you unless a winning verdict or settlement has been achieved.

With our main office in Savannah, we are licensed to serve the entire state of Georgia.

Some locations we serve include:

  • Wilmington Island
  • Richmond Hill
  • Rincon
  • Hilton Head Island
  • Fort Stewart
  • Hinesville
  • Beaufort
  • Statesboro

To find out more about how our attorneys can help you during your time of need, or to schedule a free no-obligation consultation, we encourage you to contact our office today at (866) 947-7449. A member of our intake staff will answer and take the information about your case and quickly relay your information to one of our experienced Savannah personal injury attorneys ready to take your specific case.

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