For the past couple of weeks, more of them than not I've been waking up to a really bad taste in my mouth and a nauseous feeling in my stomach. It makes me not want to eat anything in the morning before work. (Which isn't good because I work outside in the hot sun) Then, while at work, I don't want to eat because it usually makes me feel even more nauseous. I haven't thrown up (I am terrified about throwing up) Any idea what's causing it? I'm not pregnant. My usual schedule is coming home at 11:30pm from work, eating then going to bed. Could it be that I'm not letting my body digest the food before I go to sleep? Could it be because I'm dehydrated from working outside? Or could it be stress induced? I am balancing 2 jobs, 2 online classes, and living by myself for the first time since my boyfriend had home for the summer. When I'm with my friends the feeling usually goes away. It's mostly when I'm alone or constantly thinking about it. (And I'm not the best and being alone. I have anxiety) Help! I have hypochondria... (fear and over exaggeration on small symptoms
I have been dealing with periods of Nausea for 25 years now. I have Fibromyalgia and IBS.
Sounds more like it is STRESS in your life that is causing the Nausea I'll have several days where work wears me down and my stomach gets nauseous for several days. Working out doors this time of year will cause dehydration which in turn starts Nausea.
I woke up at daylight to mow our yard. I didn't drink enough fluids and was nauseous when I stopped
Wroke up with it full blast this morning, but wearing off now. I get dry mouth and a coating of white on my tongue.
Elizabeth yes you have pretty much answered your question Stress well do this or it could even be Gerd, but the only way to tell is to get some test done at the doctor. But eating just before you lay down could be causing the problems too. Or just all the stress you are under. The only way is to see a doctor which is what they would do to see if your having acid reflux etc.. Please don't let it go to long without getting yourself checked out. You could also have the pharmacist recommend something first they have some really great products for this now days and see if it helps that were all prescription a few years back. Sorry can't help you more but it's pretty hard to just guess with something like this. Also make a point of drinking extra water during the day you can't be getting over heated without replacing the water that our bodies need.
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