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The simple answer is "metabolic lactic acidosis". According to Wikipedia, the duration of exercise and intensity (aerobic vs anaerobic) and prior food or drink consumption are the main factors contributing to this effect. Actually, the Wiki articles doesn't quite say that (?). Prior food/drink would determine the glucose and glycogen - the stored form ...


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In order to understand this claim you have to first understand what causes car sickness in the first place. What is basically happening is the motion you sense with your inner ear is different from the motion you are visualizing. This is easily caused by motions that you sense with your body that you can't see with your eyes or that you can't anticipate. ...


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Its primary action is as NaSSA (a noradrenergic and specific serotonergic antidepressant), not as 5-HT3 inhibitor. If you have a look at e. g. the Wikipedia page (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mirtazapine#Pharmacodynamics), you will see that nausea is listed as side effect under "discontinuation syndrome", i. e. sudden withdrawal from continuous 5-...


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Sounds like you have a test to avoid, in which case you can probably just say you are feeling nauseous. If you really want to make yourself (or someone else) feel nauseous, depending on your sensitivity to motion sickness, you can put wamr (or cold) water in the ear canal. This is basically what a caloric test of balance is.


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Some ways which are said to decrease motion sickness include: Try having ginger candies or ginger tea ginger If possible stare at the horizon or anything that doesn't move(stationary). American academy regarding motion Don't see any sort of digital things or avoid reading books... Regarding books and nausea Try chewing gums or crackers which decrease ...


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There are some conflicting results concerning the effect of caffeine on nausea. One study 1 reported that caffeine withdrawal is associated with nausea and vomiting which might suggest that caffeine might reduce nausea. However, two years ago, a study 2 was conducted in postoperative care to reduce nausea and vomiting after general anesthesia by ...


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It sounds as though you're developing a conditioned response or allergy to some smell of the aircraft insides. Insecticides are used in some international flights but this is prior to disembarkation, and should have cleared by the time you embark. If it's linked to a particular airline, it may be the air freshener they use, and as your flight proceeds, the ...


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I was mistaken, the 5HT3 inhibitor of Vortioxetine is not responsible for the nausea, see here Its additional antagonism of 5-HT3 receptors may partly counteract gastrointestinal adverse effects but nausea has an important role on drug discontinuation. Its additional antagonism of 5-HT3 receptors may partly counteract gastrointestinal adverse effects but ...


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