For the past few days I've had nauseating stomach aches/pains, especially when I go to sleep, that keep me up for sometimes over a half-hour before I can fall asleep. Just over the past two days I am starting to get them when I wake up and in the middle of the day or after I eat. I usually try to just lie down and wait for them to pass, but they are getting more consistent, and I doubt my method would go over well in classes. I haven't thrown up from them though, even though I feel like I could. Anyone have any advice or idea what's wrong?
I wonder if you are maybe getting a virus, or trying to get rid of a virus. It also could be food poisoning. Do you have a fever with this or body aches? If it continues, just call your doctor. Good luck. Get better!
If it's mostly nausea, then I think it's probably due to stress or a virus.
I know I get nausea at night before I go back to school at the end of breaks or whenever I'm nervous, even if I don't really feel "stressed out". The nausea at night can be dealt without medicine by sitting up for a few minutes, cooling down and relaxing, and then laying down curled up in a ball on my stomach with my head elevated, and slowly rotating into a sideways position and falling asleep.
Nausea after eating also happens to me sometimes. I don't know if it's because I eat too much, the food is too rich, I ate too fast or what. I know I get very hot and sick to my stomach. Cooling down is often the best solution in these cases. Right now I just go walk outside in the snow. Sitting down also helps, with a slight lean forward.
You can also try tums or pepto bismol to lessen stomach aches and pains, though honestly neither have ever worked for me. I've thrown UP pepto before!