Eat smaller meals more frequently, instead of three large meals. Relax and sit still after you eat to give your food time to digest. Eat and drink slowly. Serve foods cold or at room temperature if the smell of cooked food makes you feel queasy.
Likewise, people ask, why does my stomach get upset every time I eat?
Stomach pain after eating can also be attributed to gallstones, eating spicy foods, a stomach flu, lactose intolerance, food poisoning, appendicitis, pelvic inflammatory disease, Crohn's disease, and peptic ulcers. Stomach pain after eating may also be the result of a blocked blood vessel.
Secondly, why do I feel uncomfortable after eating?
Individuals with indigestion often experience feeling full early in a meal or an uncomfortable fullness after a meal, discomfort or burning in their stomach, and bloating. Indigestion is often triggered by medication, different foods and drinks. More specifically, it can be caused by: Eating too quickly.
Why am I not hungry and feel sick?
Nausea can often lead to a lack of appetite, and a person may feel nauseated if they have not eaten enough. A person may experience nausea or a loss of appetite because of a medical condition or the treatment they are receiving for it. Symptoms can also be food-related and occur because of food poisoning or an allergy.
What is constant nausea a symptom of?
Nausea is not a disease itself, but can be a symptom of many disorders related to the digestive system, including: Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) Peptic ulcer disease. Problems with nerves or muscles in the stomach that cause slow stomach emptying or digestion (gastroparesis)