Feeling sick

Discussion in 'Manflu Corner' started by will6910, Mar 27, 2017.

  1. will6910

    will6910 Member

    Location:
    N.i
    Along with a few other ailments I get regularly with my nerves feeling sick is by far the worst. Usually during night and first thing when I wake up. Could take hour after breakfast before it goes. But then cause of the feeling it makes me not want to eat. I'm on a tablet at bedtime for nerves but has this feelings before I started the tablets. Just wondering if anyone had any tips to ease it Abit as getting to me these last few weeks
     
  2. Still Farming

    Still Farming Member

    Location:
    Glamorgan Wales
    Not sure what you mean but sometimes a calming scent or smell like lavender on your pillow may help a bit ?
     
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  3. will6910

    will6910 Member

    Location:
    N.i
    I get sickly feeling when I get nervous or worked up. But when I wake up suddenly or rushed in mornings the sickness feeling comes to and stays for while. Eating does help Abit tho
     
  4. Still Farming

    Still Farming Member

    Location:
    Glamorgan Wales
    Diet -Acid Reflux may be cause too but I am no doctor.
    Have you had it for years or just came on ?
     
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  5. will6910

    will6910 Member

    Location:
    N.i
    Have had it for years. Iv I have to wake up suddenly or sleep in or in emergency it's worse. But if I can get up in own time it doesn't happen sometimes
     
  6. Alicecow

    Alicecow Member

    Location:
    Connacht
    Could it be a bit of an adrenaline rush? Fight or flight and all that. Can feel sick after that, maybe get wobbly legs too.
     
  7. Alicecow

    Alicecow Member

    Location:
    Connacht
    Ginger is supposed to help settle the stomach. Maybe keep a packet of ginger biscuits by your bed and eat one when you wake up but before you get up?
     
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  8. Dairyfarmerswife

    Location:
    Shropshire
    If it's anxiety related sometimes breathing exercises can help. I can't remember the pattern but something like breathing in through the nose for a count of 4 and out through the mouth for 3. Google it for specifics. Or sometimes just trying to get on and ignore it. I used to be hopeless if woken suddenly or early, but two kids and being married to a dairy farmer has cured me of that! You have my sympathy, anxiety is hard work.
     
  9. will6910

    will6910 Member

    Location:
    N.i
    Thanks. I'm convinced it worried related. It's one thing that bugs me the most. Can come on any time when get worked up or under pressure to much. It's sort of my release. When it's that kind it's slightly more bearable but when it's when wake up straight away it's the worse
     
  10. marco

    marco Member

    Location:
    tipperary, ireland
    Try taking magnesium supplements, it helps mussells relax. what you probably have is tension in your stomach, and this in turn can affect your mental health. try it, for the sake of a few pounds it might work. worked for me. i don't get anyway near as worked up as i used to when there's pressure on.
     
  11. will6910

    will6910 Member

    Location:
    N.i
    Thanks
     
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  12. marshbarn

    marshbarn Member

    Location:
    shropshire
    Sought the causes of the stress out, and your health will get better.
    Easier said than done i know.
     
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  13. will6910

    will6910 Member

    Location:
    N.i
    My stresses aren't nothing compared to most but even little thingns gets to me. Sometimes i cope find and surprise myself then others i just flop
     
  14. debe

    debe Member

    Location:
    Wilts
    It's adrenaline related, used to be sick before rugby matches, once all over my classmates, we did win though!

    For me it lessened, though I still feel a little sick before an interview, once it starts I am fine. The worst part was the waiting.
     
  15. will6910

    will6910 Member

    Location:
    N.i
    I hate waiting to. If have to be somewhere at certain time I'd rather just get going half hour early and be here well before due time. Even small things like waiting for phone calls can get to me :/
     
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  16. franklin

    franklin New Member

    If am similar, and while I know that a) it is due to my "nerves" and b) I am not going to *actually* be sick (probably) then a few minutes just resting before the days rush help. For other days, I have some tables called mebeverine (?) which stop / reduce stomach cramping. That's in addition to things like liquorice tea and the like. A warm fruit tea is actually really quite good.
     
  17. HolzKopf

    HolzKopf Member

    Location:
    Kent&Snuffit
    Agree with above. It sounds like classic anxiety. You need to go and see someone; perhaps for some CBT or just a chat. Go privately if you can afford it - ask around or google up a local counsellor to talk to. Have just one session to try and see if you get on. You also have to rule out any food influences; late meals, fatty or spicy foods. The rugby example is a good one. Jonny Wilkinson was a nervous, vomiting, wreck before all of his teenage games - and suffered throughout his career in a similar way. If that sick feeling disappears once the day / game / task is underway then you can see why it's your brain - a mental stimulus that's giving you a physical reaction. There's absolutely no shame in talking about it - as you have done here - that's a good step forward but you can sort it out, manage it, and get it to the back of your mind. So many people suffer in silence - ask around! There is no stigma.
    HK
     
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  18. will6910

    will6910 Member

    Location:
    N.i
    I'm 100% sure the sick feelings is all due to anxiety and my worrying. Seen
    Counsellors for years when I was younger and been on a few different tablets. So Worked some made me worse. I'm due a re think on my tablets probably as been 4 or more years since had them changed. It's goijf to doctors is the hard part
     
  19. Woolgatherer

    Woolgatherer Member

    Location:
    Angus
    Just read this. I get this and over the years I've realised that it's not a sick feeling, it's hunger. I can't tell the difference in myself when I feel hungry and when I feel sick. But if I feel sick and think when did I last eat then I can work out that it will be hunger. If I feel sick and I've recently eaten then I know to go and get a bucket.
     
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  20. will6910

    will6910 Member

    Location:
    N.i
    I find to that if I don't eat regular and have dinner at same time roughly it affects me later ij day
     

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