There are few conditions in which morning nausea can be noticed, besides pregnancy. It could be temporary, but in some, it may last as a chronic condition.
Let us have a look at a few of them:
- Anxiety: Well mornings are the times when a person is highly anxious about how the day goes, especially in the people with anxiety disorders; it is associated with nausea and episodes of vomiting.
- Low Blood Sugars: This is the condition causing nausea in the mornings along with dizziness, confusion, and even fainting. In the mornings, hunger usually causes low blood sugars, so taking a small meal should help.
- Dehydration: Dehydration can also cause nausea along with lightheadedness, sunken eyes, dry looking skin, and exhaustion
- Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease: In this condition, the contents of the stomach travel back into the esophagus and to the throat. This causes burning, nausea, and pain. Some people find that some specific foods like acids can trigger nausea in the mornings, and they try to avoid it.
- Withdrawal: Many drugs illegal, recreational drugs, prescribed drugs, or even caffeine can cause withdrawal symptoms. Nausea is the most common type of withdrawal.