Everything You Need To Know About Cure For Morning Sickness


Morning Sickness Remedies

Morning sickness refers to the nauseous feeling you may have during the first trimester of pregnancy, which is a result of the increased hormones in your body.

The nausea usually starts around 6 weeks of pregnancy, but it can begin as early as 4 weeks. It tends to get worse over the next month or so.

About half of the women who get nausea during pregnancy feel complete relief around 14 weeks. For most others, it takes another month or so for the queasiness to ease up, though it may return later or come and go throughout pregnancy.

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Researchers have proposed that some women are psychologically predisposed to having nausea and vomiting during pregnancy as an abnormal response to stress.

Below are some easy ways to reduce morning sickness

1. Lie Down

Sometimes the best solution is the simplest. Try lying down, closing your eyes, taking a few deep breaths, and just getting some rest. Many doctors and moms have said that sleep is a great way to escape morning sickness and your body needs it!

2. Distract Yourself

Nausea’s not easy to ignore, but finding something- anything at all, to take your mind off it may help you forget it for a while. Read a book, do a Sudoku puzzle, or go for a short walk. Some moms even claim that exercise relieves their nausea, but make sure to talk to your doctor before going that route. And of course, listen to your body.


3. Fall in love with Ginger

Ginger has long been named as a stomach soother, and studies have shown that it may help relieve the uneasiness. Try adding a thin slice of ginger to hot water or tea, or sipping plain ginger water. Doesn’t sound appetizing? Snack on a handful of natural ginger candy or gingerbread / biscuits. Anyway you can, Incorporate it into your diet.

4. Eat in little portions but stay full

When it comes to eating, many women find that eating all day settles their stomach. When your tummy is empty, the stomach acids have nothing to feast on but your stomach lining, aiding nausea. On the other hand, eating too much can overtax the digestive system, also leading to queasiness. Keeping your tummy a little bit full all day and all night is the best defense against morning sickness.

5. Stay Hydrated

It sounds like an impossible task, and we know that getting your eight glasses a day can feel like a monumental effort when your stomach won’t keep anything down.

Despite that, it’s essential to get your liquids in because the more dehydrated you become, the more nauseated you’ll feel. To stay hydrated, try different ways of tricking your body into accepting fluids an din no time, it’d become used to taking water.

6. Speak Up

You may like self-sufficiency and pretending to have it all sorted out all through your pregnancy, but being vocal about your feelings to those around you can help alleviate morning sickness misery.

Your husband probably doesn’t know that his soap makes you nauseous , or that giving you a kiss after eating Sharwama without brushing his teeth first makes you feel like throwing up. So tell him and let him know what little changes he can make to help you feel better. Know that when your mood improves, he’ll feel better too.

7. Use your computer sensibly

You may think that surfing the web, checking out baby clothes will distract you from morning sickness, but the computer’s bright screen and tiny print may make you more nauseated. To combat that, it is advised that you adjust your screen to reduce eye strain. Make the font size bold and larger, and change the background to a soft pink or light brown. Also it is recommended that you take short breaks from the computer by getting up to do something else or by simply closing your eyes.

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