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Ease morning sickness with these tips and tricks

Ease morning sickness with these tips and tricks

Morning sickness is a case of nausea and vomiting during pregnancy. And while it is called morning sickness, it can happen anytime of the day or night. It is one of the most irritating things during pregnancy, and that is why we prepared some tips and tricks to help you through it.

Tips and tricks to ease morning sickness

1| Munch all day. 

An empty stomach can make you feel sick all day long. That is why many specialists recommend healthy and easy to digest snacks to nipple on throughout the day, even before getting out of bed in the morning. This will also help you avoid low blood sugar which also causes nausea. 

2| Stay hydrated. 

Not only by drinking water, but also by avoiding salty foods especially on an empty stomach. We recommend milk, yogurt, or even ice cream before grabbing saliva-stimulating foods like pickles or pretzels. Another way to stay hydrated is to include lots of fruits like watermelon, grapes, and apples into your snacks. 

Read more on foods to avoid during pregnancy.

3| Avoid stress. 

Whether you’re stressing about your job, your home chores, or anything else – trust us, it is not worth it. Stress triggers nausea, and nausea triggers vomiting. Try to delegate some tasks to others or plan ahead to avoid stress. Reducing stress will absolutely reduce your morning sickness. 

4| Comfort is key.

As we just mentioned, reducing stress means reducing morning sickness. To do so, you need to keep yourself comfortable at all times. Whether you dress comfy, sit comfortably, or simply sleep in your comfy bed, this will help you forget your nausea and stomach irritation. 

5| Make yourself eat.

An empty stomach is a major cause for morning sickness. Even if food doesn’t taste good, or at all, force yourself to eat and fill up. This way you will be energized and strong. Your stomach won’t be empty throughout the day too.

6| Stay active. 

We know, being pregnant can be exhausting. But locking yourself in is not the solution. Stay active physically and mentally by working out, reading books, or whatever you feel like doing. Just don’t stay locked up inside your house. 

7| Vitamins and tea.

Make sure you are taking your need of vitamins and supplements. Consult with your doctor on what to take and when. Also, some herbal tea can help reduce nausea feelings. Ginger and peppermint tea is great for that.