October 23, 2021

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Nausea and nausea after eating. Why is it bad after eating?

Do you feel nauseous after eating a regular meal? Are you sick even though you avoid overeating and eating “light” food? This could be a serious problem. Nausea / nausea after eating is a symptom of many diseases of the digestive system. Find out the cause of nausea after eating.

Nausea/nausea is painless but very uncomfortable. When they appear after a meal, they can take away the desire and pleasure to eat. Nausea after eating is a symptom that should not be ignored as it may be a sign of illness.

Nausea and nausea after a meal – the most common causes

When you feel nauseous after eating, you feel sick, but you do not vomit, you begin to eat “gently” in the hope that you will stop feeling sick, but the annoying symptoms will not stop, you should see a doctor and undergo tests.

Nausea after eating can be a symptom of reflux, functional dyspepsia, and even chronic stress.

what are you looking for?

Oral acid reflux: If after a meal your stomach feels “reflux” into your mouth, you may have gastroesophageal reflux disease. Reflux is also characterized by pain, tingling in the stomach, itchy throat, bad breath, and nausea after eating.

Nausea, abdominal pain, diarrhea, flatulence, a feeling of flooding in your stomach and intestines, and nausea shortly after a meal may indicate that the food contains bacteria or viruses and that you have food poisoning.

Epigastric pain or a burning sensation, feeling of fullness after eating, early satiety and nausea may indicate functional dyspepsia, which is often psychosomatic.

Nausea after eating can also be caused by stress and stomach upset. Chronic stress causes the body to release adrenaline which increases the secretion of bile acid which disrupts the rhythm of the digestive system and may lead to nausea and heavy pouring after eating.

The above advice cannot replace a visit to a specialist. Remember that in case of any health problems, consult a doctor.

Source: Practical Medicine (mp.pl)