Morning sickness may be the earliest symptom of pregnancy. Most of the pregnant women experiencing nausea and vomiting not only in the morning but maybe all the days. Each woman experiences these symptoms differently. Research has suggested that nausea and vomiting in early pregnancy are associated with a lower risk of pregnancy loss.
Morning sickness does not require medical treatment, it often goes away after the first 3 months of pregnancy but it can make a woman feel terrible. So let’s discover some tips for you to minimize this symptom
Get enough Rest.
In the early period of pregnancy, the mother’s body has to work 24/7 to deliver nutritions to her baby. Getting a good night’s sleep will help you to be healthier and reduce the feeling of nausea or vomiting.
Eating in small portion meals and spread them over the day instead of big meals will help you to have something in your stomach all day and reduce the chance of vomiting.
Nausea often coming with low blood pressure. Having cookies before leaving bed in the morning as well as eating high protein snacks before going to beds may also reduce the symptoms.
Morning sickness also comes with an increased sensitivity with smells. Some strong smells can make you want to vomit likes greasy food, cigarette smokes. Try to avoid the foods that make you want to vomit. If you desire to eat that kind of food, try to eat it cold to reduce the smell experience.
Staying hydrated is the key to good health for everyone, especially pregnant women. Dehydration can aggravate feelings of nausea. So, a mother should ensure the daily fluid intake ( water, soup, etc) with a small amount at a time for a day. This may be difficult when experiencing nausea but adding some honey or apple cider will help to improve it.
Wear Loose Clothing and Stay Comfortable
Wearing tight clothes may be a reason for worsening nausea. Your body needs spaces for the baby to grown and enough oxygen to ensure the nutrition transfer to work well. Keep your room tidy and have fans or conditioner for easier breathing. Try to go out and enjoy the fresh air as much as possible
Keep both your Mental and Physical Health Strong
Researches show that doing some soft exercises and workout like yoga, mediating will not only keep the mother’s physical in a good condition but also reduce the nausea symptoms
Here is a video for some example work out for you:
Keeping your mind busy may help you to forget about nausea. Try to read books, watch movies or talk to other people about your babbies will help you a lot
Keep Tracks of Your Pregnancy period
Write a diary about your pregnant times including the symptoms, how you feel and what did you do to make you feel better. This action will help you to keep tracks and adjust your daily activities and do not fear the morning sickness anymore. Besides, it will be a good document for your next pregnant time or your friends
So now you know our tips to reduce morning sickness. Are these tips helping you in your pregnant time? Do you have any more tips to share? Let us know in the comment