Ginger (Zingiber Officinalis Rosc.), is useful for its anti-nausea function and to promote digestive function. Also, it promotes regular gastrointestinal motility and eliminates gases. It is also useful for preventing localized states of tension. Vitamins B1, B2 and B6 contribute to the normal energetic metabolism. Vitamin B6 also contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
Food supplement based on dry extract of Ginger (Zingiber Officinalis Rosc.), inulin and vitamins B (B1, B2, B6).
HOW TO USE
It is recommended to take 1 to 3 chewable tablets per day, to be taken when needed.
For daily intake (3 tablets)
– of which gingerols
*NVR: Nutrient Reference Values under Regulation (EU) n. 1169/2011
Keep out of reach of children under the age of three years. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Dietary food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. Excessive consumption can lead to laxative effect.
3 out of 4 women suffer from pregnancy nausea. That’s because….
Nausea and vomiting are very common in pregnancy: affects over 50% of pregnant women. These disorders are particularly intense during the first months of pregnancy, especially on waking up or after breakfast. The annoying feeling of nausea in pregnancy tends to increase at the sight of food, in presence of intense smells and it is often accompanied by sialorrhea (abundant salivation).
The causes of nausea in pregnancy are not unknown, however several studies link this disorder to increase in the concentrations of some hormones such as estrogen, progesterone and beta HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin). Generally, women who show this symptom have: previous family history or first pregnancy with nausea during pregnancy, twin pregnancies, strong sensitivity to smells, gastroesophageal reflux. Several studies have also found that a deficiency of vitamin B6 may be a trigger for pregnancy nausea.
Goodbye side effects … Against the nausea choose Dosìl® Act
Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is a perennial plant native to the far East, also in the West it has become known and appreciated because of the extraordinary properties contained in its rhizome. Indeed, numerous scientific studies have proven the beneficial effects of ginger on the gastrointestinal system. This spice is useful for the promotion of digestive act, elimination of gas and nausea. Among the various components of ginger, gingerols are the molecules responsible for the anti-nausea action. This act as prokinetics directly at the level of the gastrointestinal tract, without going to act on the central nervous system, thus avoiding the possible appearance of the side effects induced by the use of specific drugs. The digestive, anti-nausea and gas elimination functions of ginger are officially recognized by the Ministry of Health (Decree of 26 July 2019).
Some studies have shown that both vitamin B1 and B6 are efficacious in reducing nausea and vomiting. In particular, several studies show the correlation between higher levels of vitamin B6 in pregnancy and a lower incidence of episodes of nausea.
Dosìl® Act: our useful tips
In addition to the regular use of DOSIL® Act here are some useful tips on what is best to do and what to avoid to overcome nausea in pregnancy:
WHAT TO DO:
Make small but frequent meals, The ideal number is five meals a day (3 main and two snacks based on nuts or whole crackers). It is important never to keep an empty stomach to avoid the onset of nausea.
Drink a lot of water throughout the day, preferably still water and away from meals.
Chewing slowly, to stimulate salivation and promote the digestive process.
Take a few steps to aid digestion.
Rest as much as possible relaxing with a good movie or a good book. It helps to divert the mind from the thought of the onset of nausea.
WHAT TO AVOID:
Avoid eating fatty and very tasty foods. Light dishes are a better option, and stay away from foods with smells and tastes that may be unpleasant.
When it is possible, avoid lying down after meals.
When it is possible, avoid doing long car journeys and staying in closed, crowded places.