Sometimes when you’re nauseous and sick, it’s a chore to choke down water. But it’s important to stay hydrated. Once you’re dehydrated, try something like Pedialyte Gastrolyte, or diluted fruit juices to rehydrate. These days, you can also get water with added electrolytes, such as SmartWater, which help you hydrate faster. Eating foods rich in potassium -- bananas, sweet potatoes, white potatoes, and apricots -- will also help you rehydrate.
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