When Does Morning Sickness Start? Pregnancy Pukeology Podcast –Episode 1

When does morning sickness start? Pregnancy pukeology Episode 1 gives the answer and combines comedy with education to give you the science behind why women puke. Laugh with EduTainment and learn how to stop your pregnant morning sickness instantly!

May 02, 2017 by Dr. PukeNoMo

Reducing The Stresses for Expecting Parents: Yoga, Herbal Therapy, Aromatherapy, Acupressure and More

Preparing for child birth is a difficult task. The combination of the pressures from preparations before delivering baby and the annoying pregnant symptoms can become nightmare for any couples. Therefore, many couples are seeking multiple different ways to reduce the pregnant symptoms, thus reducing half of the stresses they have to cope with yoga. Learn all the stress relieving moves here. 

What is Appendicitis? How do you treat it?

Do you or a loved one have pain in the right lower quadrant of the stomach?  Then you may have Appendicitis, also known as an inflamed appendix. Learn what it is & ways to ease your symptoms while you seek immediate medical attention.

July 18, 2016 by jacqueline darna

All Natural Motion Sickness Relief

Travel medicine deals with prevention and management of health problems of international travelers. For those who travel with medicine to relieve nausea and vomiting, did you know there's is a better option? Learn about natural remedies that can prevent travel sickness before it starts.
April 14, 2015 by jacqueline darna

Malaria spreads: Mosquitos carrying Malaria

Malaria, silent killer of the swamp!

Malaria is a serious disease that can occur if you are bit by a mosquito that has been infected with parasites. It causes you to have high fevers and chills, and its common symptoms include nausea, vomiting, and headaches.

Preventative measures are the best way to ward off Malaria. Bug spray, citronella, high frequency noise devices that mosquitos stay away from, & nets over the bed during sleep. If you are traveling to a foreign country like Africa, it is important to keep a No Mo Nausea Band in your bag.  The No Mo Nausea Band can help instantly relieve all those symptoms through its combination of acupressure and peppermint aromatherapy. In any case though, make sure to seek medical treatment immediately if you feel you might have it because it can lead to worse complications.

                                                               

April 01, 2015 by jacqueline darna

Can Ibuprofen or Advil cause my stomach to hurt? Upset stomach mystery answered here.

NSAIDS a Gastroenterologists worst nightmare

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications (NSAIDs) are medications such as Ibuprofen and Advil that effectively reduce inflammation and relieve pain. NSAIDs work by blocking the production of certain body chemicals that cause inflammation, and work kind of like steroids, just without the side effects associated with steroids.

Unfortunately, NSAIDs can have their own side effects if they are taken for long periods of time or in large doses. The most common include nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, and mild headaches. Bleeding ulcers will get worst because NSAIDs reversibly bind to platelets, how the body clots off blood, causing ulcers to keep bleeding.

Thankfully, the NoMoNauseaBand is a great, natural, and economical way of relieving those side effects & reduces the need for alternative headache medicine. The No Mo Nausea Band uses both acupressure to target the 4 receptors in the brain to stop nausea before it even starts, and peppermint aromatherapy to open vessels in the brain to relieve headaches and helps reduce stomach pains, as well as vomiting. The No Mo Nausea Band is one of the easiest and very effective ways in treating those annoying side effects, so make sure to have yours ready when one or more might strike.

                                                        

What is Hyperparathyroidism?

Hyperparathyroidism: Got Calcium?

The parathyroid glands are located on the front of the neck and when they produce too much parathyroid hormone, hyperparathyroidism results. So what does that mean? Learn more about the regulating calcium function of the parathyroid, what are the symptoms, and natural remedies to support better thyroid health while stopping the annoying symptoms. 

February 10, 2015 by jacqueline Darna

Adrenaline Rush causing nausea. Must read for rollercoaster & skydiver

Adrenaline Rush holding you back? Don't let it.

 

 

 

Heart is beating loudly, it feels like it is in your stomach, palms are sweaty, it's difficult to take a large breath, the sounds outside are almost clear because your so focused. You look down & go for it! An adrenaline rush is the outcome from the body producing an excessive amount of hormones. These hormones are called endorphins, and can be translated in the body as happy hormones. 

These happy hormones are a result of the bodies fight or flight sensation.  What the F?  By the F's I mean fear, fighting, or flying.  There are a lot more but these are the primary ones.  These surge of endorphins cause a rush of excitement, the inability to feel pain when punched, or the feeling that everything is being played in slow motion.  Your brain is on overdrive, and vomiting is the bodies inability to control such a surge.  This is why both newbies & experienced adrenaline junkies all get the upset stomach but the feeling of euphoria usually follows.  I personally know lots of base jumpers and they all say at least one person pukes on the plane before jumping, and then like dominos they all get sick.  Why suffer?  Acupressure at the P6 point on the wrist before getting on the ride, or boarding the plane, or before the fight can actually stop your body from getting sick because it surrounds your brain with anti-nausea hormones.  If during the adventure you feel sick just lift the No Mo Nausea Band to your nose & the peppermint aromatherapy can actually stop you from giving up your lunch.  Buy one today and experience life without limits. 

 

 

 

 

 

October 18, 2014 by jacqueline darna