Relieve your migraine symptoms that typically come with stomach issues, including nausea, vomiting, and dry heaves. Try one of these drinks to help quickly soothe your stomach.

1.  Cold Water

Slowly sipping a glass of ice water can help relieve nausea. Staying hydrated is essential for your brain and body health. If you don’t like to drink plain water, you can infuse it to add a little flavor.

2.  Lemon Juice and Lemonade

Lemons contain neutralizing acids, which form bicarbonates. These compounds help relieve nausea, which is why lemon juice and lemonade are good options. The juice from the lemon stirs up the saliva in your mouth, which can also help relieve nausea. Note that citrus can be a migraine trigger for some people. Make sure you are aware of your triggers.

3.  Baking Soda Brew

Drinking baking soda dissolved in water can help relieve nausea. Because baking soda is an alkaline substance, it can neutralize and change the pH level of the acids it interacts with, including the acids in your stomach. This is how baking soda quickly helps relieve an upset stomach. Mix ½ teaspoon of baking soda into 4 ounces of water.

Remember that baking soda can reduce the absorption of other medications. Make sure to take baking soda two hours apart from your oral medications. Children under 6 years of age should not be taking this remedy. In order to be safe, consult with your health provider prior to using this remedy.

4.  Herbal Teas

relieve nausea with herbal tea

Make sure to choose herbal teas for nausea. A few recommendations are slippery elm, red raspberry, feverfew, barberry, mint, licorice, chamomile, alfalfa, or catnip.

Ginger and peppermint are two of the most popular and effective herbal teas for nausea.

5.  Ginger Ale and Ginger Tea

Ginger contains substances called shogaols and gingerols, which can help with inflammation and an upset stomach. The ginger’s root contains anti-inflammatory properties and can help with nausea and aid in digestion.

Ginger ale can also help with nausea, but be mindful of the sugar content. Ginger tea offers the same benefits minus the sugar content.

6.  Pear Ginger Smoothie

This pear ginger smoothie is gentle for an upset stomach and contains ginger that is helpful for migraines. The pear also has fiber which can aid in digestion. Here is a soothing recipe: Pear Ginger Smoothie.

7.  Soda

Although soda has a high sugar content, it can quickly help relieve nausea. Choose a soda that is low in caffeine and try to avoid artificial sweeteners. Be mindful that for some, soda can help relieve an upset stomach, but for others, its carbonation may be irritating.

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Adapted from MigraineAgain.com.

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