Special Hours for WAKE FOREST Location : Thanksgiving 11/26 Closed  - Friday 11/27 7am - 6pm - Saturday 11/28 Closed - Sunday 11/29  Closed - Monday 11/30 Normal hours resume

Heritage Urgent and Primary Care is accepting asymptomatic patients for COVID testing and offer appointments for antibody testing. For both asymptomatic, symptomatic and sick patients we are offering COVID testing In-Office or Curbside (Weather Permitting)! Schedule Your Appointment Today (it would expedite your check in process if you download and complete your paperwork prior to curbside arrival).

As the situation around the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to develop, our paramount concern has been for the health and safety of our clients and associates for this reason we will temporarily adjust our clinic hours, now closing at 6 pm during the week to allow for nightly deep cleaning of our facilities. As news continues to develop rapidly, we’re sharing the latest on the virus and how Heritage Urgent & Primary Care, the NC Dept. of Health and the CDC are responding.

Special Hours for WAKE FOREST Location
Thanksgiving 11/26 Closed  - Friday 11/27 7am - 6pm - Saturday 11/28 Closed - Sunday 11/29  Closed - Monday 11/30 Normal hours resume

Heritage Urgent and Primary Care is accepting asymptomatic patients for COVID testing and offer appointments for antibody testing. For both asymptomatic, symptomatic and sick patients we are offering COVID testing In-Office or Curbside (Weather Permitting)! Schedule Your Appointment Today (it would expedite your check in process if you download and complete your paperwork prior to curbside arrival).

As the situation around the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to develop, our paramount concern has been for the health and safety of our clients and associates for this reason we will temporarily adjust our clinic hours, now closing at 6 pm during the week to allow for nightly deep cleaning of our facilities. As news continues to develop rapidly, we’re sharing the latest on the virus and how Heritage Urgent & Primary Care, the NC Dept. of Health and the CDC are responding.

How Do You Make Nausea Go Away?

Relieving Nausea

To relieve or control wake forest nausea north carolina there are a few things to try. But please consult your physician if these options are not helping relieve the queasiness.

These various practices can be helpful for controlling or relieving nausea.

  • Hydrated by drinking water that has been filtered. Start with small sips.
  • Drink other beverages that are clear and ice-cold. Again, start with small sips.
  • Eat foods that are light and bland (for example, saltine crackers or bread that is very plain)
  • Actively avoid food that is fried, spicy, greasy, or ultra sweet.
  • Eat small meals throughout the day rather than 3 big meals. Make sure to chew thoroughly and eat slowly.
  • Do not mix hot and cold foods.
  • Allow ample time for digestion after meals and snacking.
  • Do not brush your teeth immediately after eating when experiencing nausea.

Best Practices For Treatment Of Nausea

These recommendations apply regardless of the cause of vomiting, and regardless of age.

  • Hydrate slowly by increasing the amount of clear liquids you are ingesting in small increments.
  • Do not eat solid foods until you are sure the vomiting episode is over.
  • Rest
  • Stop taking all oral medicines temporarily. These can cause irritation in the stomach and worsen vomiting episode.
  • If the vomiting and/or diarrhea episode has continued longer than 24 hours use an oral rehydrating solution.

For vomiting that is caused by use of alcohol, morphine, anti-cancer drugs often treatment will include other drug therapies. Similarly if vomiting is connected to surgery or radiation therapy, likely another drug therapy will be used. For vomiting connected to pregnancy, vertigo, or motion sickness there are also prescription and over-the-counter medications that can be used to control vomiting. Please consult with your doctor for the appropriate recommendation.

Best Ways To Prevent Continued Nausea

Once nausea is underway the best nausea prevention practices include eating slowly, eating small meals often rather than three larger meals a day, avoiding foods that can be harder to digest, avoiding hot and warm foods, and resting after eating with your head elevated.

If you wake up experiencing nausea try eating saltines or other bland crackers before leaving the bed if possible. Alternately, you might also try eating a snack high in protein before sleeping. It can be helpful to drink beverages in-between meals, rather than with your meals. And make sure to hydrate, drinking at least eight 8-ounce glasses of water a day. Try eating only when you feel less nauseated.

Best Practices For Prevention Of Vomiting

Try these approaches for prevention of vomitting once you are experiencing nausea:

  • Consume small amounts of clear, sweet beverages like fruit juices (excluding citrus juices because of the acidity), colas. Popsicles are an option, as well.
  • Rest. But make sure to sit or lay down in a position where your head is elevated. Motion can activity can increase nausea and vomiting.

For kids these practices can be helpful as well:

  • For motion sickness make sure the child is facing the front windshield.
  • Limit snacks and focus on healthy snacks. Snacks high in sugar can lead to nausea.
  • Encourage kids to eat snacks during a break time and away from play.
  • Controlling fevers and persistent coughing with non-prescription medicines can help prevent nausea and vomiting.

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