18 Simple Ways To Relieve Morning Sickness During Pregnancy

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No pregnant woman wants to have morning sickness- everyone wants to be rosy, healthy and gay during pregnancy.

Just in case you were looking for relief from morning sickness, please read below.

1. Eat Fruits

Cool foods such as fruits, salads, yogurt and cold soups are best eaten to alleviate morning sickness as warm foods give off strong smells which can trigger you to throw up.

2. Avoid Getting Tired

Tiredness tends to increase the chances of you having morning sickness which may make you feel worse as the day progresses. Try taking a 10 minute nap in the afternoon to help you stay strong all day.

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3. Eat Regularly

It is essential you take small nibbles of food every two hours even if you don’t feel like eating. Having an empty stomach will make you feel queasy and nauseous.

4. Don’t Eat Too Much

Try not to eat too much as being too full can be as bad as being on an empty stomach. It may even actually worsen your symptoms.

5. Eat Crackers

A good way of reducing the morning sickness is to have some crackers by your bedside which you can nibble on early in the morning.

6. Reduce Your Stress

It’s not easy to cut down on stress in a fast-paced world like ours but stress hormones tend to increase the symptoms of nausea. Cut down on your stress and watch your morning sickness disappear.

7. Breath With Your Left Nostril

When you have the nauseous feeling, you can try breathing with your left nostril as this helps to calm your nervous system. Use your finger to block the right nostril and breath calmly through the left nostril for a few minutes.

8. Stay Well hydrated

Take as much fluids as you can. If water makes you feel like you want to puke, consider adding some fruit slices to it. Coconut water and ginger ale is another good source of fluids.

9. Take Snacks Before Going To Bed

Snacks will usually contain lots of carbohydrates and proteins and should be a ready source of food for you before going to bed. Consider taking milk, yogurt and fruits for your night snacks.

10. Take Cold Drinks

Cold drinks tend to work better than drinks that are of room temperature. It’s also best you sip the drinks slowly instead of gulping them down.

11. Oranges also Help

The sweet fluid you obtain from oranges can help you have a sweet taste in your mouth which greatly reduces morning sickness.

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12. Learn what triggers your morning sickness

Try and learn the food and things that triggers your morning sickness and avoid them the best you can. From the smell of the food that triggers you to vomit, you can identify and avoid them.

13. Peppermint Helps

Peppermint has been a long time help for nausea. Try licking sweets that have them and watch them nip your morning sickness in the bud.Honey

14. Use Unscented Soaps

Unscented soaps, cleaning products and shower gels can help to make you feel good during pregnancy. Soaps with strong scents can make you want to vomit.

15. Take Some Ginger

Ginger has been used in treating nausea for a long time. You can try drinking ginger tea or grating some into hot water.

16. Use Supplements

Some food supplements contain digestive enzymes which can help to ease the bury and greasy feeling that comes after having a meal. Supplements containing enzymes derived from vegetables work best since they are effective across both acidic and alkaline pH.

 

17. Avoid Spicy and Fatty Foods

Fried, spicy and fatty foods tend to upset the delicate balance of the digestive system. As such, it’s best to stay off these foods to avoid having repeated morning sickness during pregnancy. Very sweet and sugary foods should also be avoided.

18. Rest

If everything you try fails, it’s best you take the day off and rest. You definitely won’t feel that sick after taking a much needed time off.