This is occasioned by a derangement or weakness of the nerves of the stomach, and is generally symptomatic of other difficulties, vanishing when those difficulties are removed. When it seems to be the only symptom present, the remedies under the head of dyspepsy may be consulted, or with but few exceptions, it may be entirely removed by the use of water, in the form of bathing, exercise and a proper attention to diet. (See Bathing.)