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Bugg
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I think this must be die-off from toxins but I will get these episodes where I feel nauseous and the back of my neck/upper back feel hot to the touch (I don't have fever or babesia)....

Anyone else have a similar feeling? Do you think this is die-off?

Thanks so much!!!

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No idea what you may be going through, but I can get nauseous if my C2 vertebra is out - that's in the back of the neck area. Then I need a good chiropractic adjustment.
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GretaM
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Yes I have this.

Today is an especially rough day. With this and inability to breathe.

I think it is toxins also.

What do you do for detox?

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It may or may not have anything to do with a herx but just cover all those bases with good liver / kidney support.

If it is connected with some increase in the toxic load, it could be inner / middle ear related. The vestibular system is the very first body system that signals us when toxins are too much to manage. and nausea, heat sensitivity is just part of that vestibular warning system.

Ototoxic medicines can make this worse, too.

Or, it could have nothing to do with that but maybe your stomach is just on the blink & if that triggers nausea, any increase in body heat can make that nausea worse.

Yes, as you feel this coming on, a soft ice pack really helps stop the nausea.

I learned this when on an airplane, before every take-off and before every landing. It helped my inner ear stop the nausea. the heat makes that so much worse.

Still, with nausea for various reasons, a cool cloth even to the forehead, sides of neck where the carotid arteries are helps cool down the brain.
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GINGER CAPSULES can help relieve nausea and dizziness. But it needs to be kept up at a therapeutic dose that only the capsules seem to provide. Although the tea can help a bit.

Take Ginger Capsules a couple hours away from Rx. It has some antioxidant properties and it may speed Rx through too fast if taken at the same time.

http://oneearthherbs.squarespace.com/important-herbs/ginger-rootrhizome-zingiber-officinalis.html

GINGER

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There are some homeopathic sublingual pellets, too, that can ease discomfort instantly (great for flying).

http://abchomeopathy.com/r.php/Tab

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Cocculus
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Razzle
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Yes, me too!!! Not always in the car, although Peppermint essential oil on the back of my neck before going in the car makes a HUGE difference...nowhere nearly as nauseated with the hot head/neck...

But yes, I can be sitting at the computer or whatever, and then all of a sudden my neck feels like it's 1000 degrees, and my stomach will lurch...yuk! Hasn't happened as much since I've been able to increase my ginger intake...

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Consider a fever, and 'hot neck' your immune system doing it's job. In the back, central portion of your neck, deep in the tissue is lympyh gland... it deals with issues ensuing in your brain.
Not EVERYTHING is a herx.
If you are not taking antibiotics: consider it. If new to antibiotics (such as Metronidazole and Doxy combined, for at least a two-week period)... consider to do it again. ALSO... remember that Lyme is a Manganese, Copper and Zinc based animal... and that no matter what is on your micro-nutrient label, if it includes Calcium, then the Manganese claim is false; it's there, but you arn't getting it. Also, make sure you DO take the Calcium-D mix before retiring, but NOT with the Manganese.
Again: A hot neck is your immune system in a fight...

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CherylSue
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I didn't know that the back neck lymph gland deals with issues in the brain. It explains so much in my personal experience. I had terrible aching there in the throes of Lyme before I was diagnosed.

The doc I had seen couldn't diagnose me even though I ran a fever. He told me not to come back until I saw a psych. The only person in that room to see a psych was him!

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I get those symptoms with a migraine .

The ice pack on the back of the neck helps a bit...

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ditto what razzle said: peppermint oil is amazing.

Dogsandcats, I apply peppermint oil to my forehead and temples as soon as I get a headache. I think it has staved off many migraines, but it is no sure thing. Try it and you may be amazed at how effective it is for the nausea that accompanies migraine.

Apply every 15 minutes if necessary, and be sure to use a carrier oil, such as coconut oil or grapeseed oil.

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