Nausea and vomiting are common symptoms often experienced together, indicating an underlying issue affecting the gastrointestinal tract or other bodily systems. Nausea is a sensation of discomfort or queasiness in the stomach that may or may not precede vomiting, while vomiting involves the forceful expulsion of stomach contents through the mouth. These symptoms can result from various causes, including viral or bacterial infections, motion sickness, food poisoning, pregnancy, migraines, medication side effects, anxiety, and certain medical conditions. While nausea and vomiting are typically self-limiting and resolve on their own within a few hours to days, persistent or severe symptoms may indicate a more serious underlying condition requiring medical evaluation and treatment. Management of nausea and vomiting often involves rest, hydration, dietary modifications, over-the-counter medications such as antiemetics, and addressing the underlying cause of the symptoms.