It’s the morning after and you’re on your way home.
You’re tired from the workday and you don’t want to wake up early for a routine appointment.
But that’s exactly what you did.
You decided to drink a glass of water after waking up, because that’s how you can get a dose of nausea medicine, a form of medication that helps people get rid of nausea, according to a new study.
The study is published in the journal Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics.
Researchers at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio wanted to know whether there’s any scientific proof that drinking water after taking nausea medication can make people feel better.
They found that it can.
The team tested the efficacy of three different doses of the medication, and found that drinking one dose caused people to feel better by around 40 percent.
The doses ranged from 1 to 10 milliliters, and all were effective.
This is an extremely potent form of nausea medication, but the researchers said they could have done more.
They also said that there is a potential benefit of drinking a dose before taking a second dose of the drug, because this could help reduce the chance of vomiting or diarrhea, which is an indication that you’re dehydrated.
In addition to the possible health benefits of drinking water before taking the medication on an empty stomach, the team said drinking it after nausea doesn’t seem to have any negative side effects.
So, this study is really good news.
But we know that drinking it can actually make you feel better, and it does not seem to cause nausea in most people.
It may be possible that drinking the first dose will actually make the second dose feel worse, but we have no way of knowing for sure.
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