antinausea


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antinausea

(ˌæntɪˈnɔːzɪə)
adj
preventing or alleviating nausea
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As mentioned, it is possible that this drag combined with either the SSRI or the triptan individually could cause the illness as well without the combination of the other drag because this class of antinausea drags are all serotonin antagonists.
Yet despite being prescribed antinausea drugs, the sickness continued.
A bit later after being given antinausea medication I became rather confused and rambling and thought I'd come up with the funniest concept in the world when I said that depressed people could have a "futility room" in their house.
Both THC and CBD have antinausea, neuroprotective, antianxiety, anti-inflammatory, and antiproliferative effects.
16,18] Human studies suggest efficacy of cannabinoids in the management of chemically induced nausea and vomiting, but further research aimed at developing new endocannabinoid-based antinausea and antiemetic therapies is still warranted.
Kytril is a sterile injectable antinausea medication used by cancer patients receiving chemotherapy or radiation.
One rational combination therapy is a triptan and a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), with an antinausea medication added as needed.
He gave me some antinausea tablets and I felt fine.
Brain Regulates THC Effect on User Structure Amygdala emotions, fear, anxiety panic/paranoia Basal planning/starting a slowed reaction time Ganglia movement Brain Stem information between brain antinausea effects and spinal column Cerebellum motor coordination, impaired coordination balance Hippocampus learning new information impaired memory Hypothalamus eating, sexual behavior increased appetite Neocortex complex thinking, feeling, altered thinking, and movement judgment, and sensation Nucleus motivation and reward euphoria (feeling good) Accumbens Spinal Cord transmission of altered pain sensitivity information between body and brain The brain structures illustrated above all contain high numbers of CB receptors
Brain Structure Regulates THC Effect on User Amygdala emotions, fear, anxiety panic/paranoia Basal Ganglia planning/starting a movement slowed reaction time Brain Stem information between brain antinausea effects and spinal column Cerebellum motor coordination, balance impaired coordination Hippocampus learning new information impaired memory Hypothalamus eating, sexual behavior increased appetite Neocortex complex thinking, feeling, altered thinking, and movement judgment, and sensation Nucleus motivation and reward euphoria Accumbens (feeling good) Spinal Cord transmission of information altered pain between body and brain sensitivity The brain structures illustrated above all contain high numbers of CB receptors
Originally prescribed as an antinausea agent in the 1960s, the developmental toxicity of the drug was discovered after thousands of tragic cases of skeletal appendicular malformations, microphthalmia, and fetal loss occurred in humans (Mellin and Katzenstein 1962).