Many digestive disorders can have symptoms such as sickness. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is very common and despite the name, it can cause sickness. It is a term that refers to an undiagnosed problem anywhere within the digestive system from the mouth to the anus.
Food intolerances such as lactose or wheat may also cause sickness. The only way to confirm any similar intolerance is to divide up your diet by excluding certain food types and keeping a food diary. The Internet has plenty to offer on diet types and needs, though seeking medical advice first is always recommended.
Food intolerances alongside IBS also have other symptoms. These include fatigue, bloating, constipation, diarrhoea, flatulence and sever stomach cramps.
The symptoms of a gastric ulcer are sickness and pains that can last from a second to a couple of hours and can spread all the way up to the neck. Seeing a gastroenterologist will give you more options as to what this is in relation to and can offer plenty of advice and treatment. You may have to have an endoscopy or colonoscopy to rule out anything more serious. Although food intolerances and IBS cannot be completely cured, many treatments and diets can make a huge difference.
Until then, pharmacies will sell you anti-sickness tablets and you can change your diet according to your symptoms. Garlic and peppermint alongside vegetables and fruits are great for relief from feeling bloated or constipated and fibre intake should be increased when feeling sick or suffering from diarrhoea.