Gastroparesis sounds like a long and scary word. In laymen’s terms, it’s a disorder in which the stomach takes too long to empty its contents. Normally, the stomach contracts to move food down into the small intestine for digestion, using the vagus nerve, which controls the movement of food from the stomach through the digestive tract.
Motilium is a prescription medication that is mainly used for nausea and vomiting. However, it is also used for relief from symptoms of acid reflux, bloating and stomach fullness that can cause discomfort. Generically referred to as domperidone, this drug is available at Canadian pharmacies in its branded, as well as, the generic form. The branded version of domperidone is available in tablet and suspension, as well as, suppository form at any Canadian online Pharmacies. Feelings of nausea, stomach bloating and continued vomiting can be alleviated with the drug as well as suppository use.
You're feeling sick. So sick you can't even get off the couch, stuck watching daytime TV. You need it to stop. There is a lot of conflicting information out there as to what you should be taking. Two big names,Motillium (domperidone) and Gravol (dimenhydrinate), both say that they can make you feel better; but can which is better?
Ginger is everywhere- ginger ale, cookies, sushi restaurants, natural supplements. Personally, whenever I have the flu, I’ve been told to drink ginger ale, and have recently been taking ginger pastilles, which are chewable, and helped my nausea almost instantly. Ginger is used in tons of different places as a spice, a tea, and sometimes even as an aphrodisiac. I got to thinking…why is this? Everyone I know seems to accept that ginger is great for your digestion. But why?
If you are having stomach troubles, it can put a serious kink in your day. Nausea, bloating, gas and diarrhea are some of the worst conditions to experience. No one likes bad smells substances, or feelings. To help you out, here is our top eight foods to avoid when you are feeling ill – experiencing these symptoms are bad enough, without making them worse by eating the wrong thing.