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How to keep your morning sickness at bay!

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Nausea or more commonly referred to as morning sickness, is not something that has to plague you each and every day of your pregnancy. Being very proactive and taking care of yourself during the first trimester of your pregnancy, is one of the best ways to ward of the morning sickness quicker and easier. If you are looking for ways to prevent morning sickness from happening, then keep on reading!

 

When dealing with morning sickness, the thought of eating can make you even sicker, but you should really try your best to keep something in your stomach at all times. It does not matter what it is, as long as it is nothing bad for you or the baby. Try to always keep saltines, dry toast, or ginger cookies around to nibble on during the day. Do you best to keep your meals small, but be sure to eat more frequently during the day. It is very smart, to keep in the back of your mind that this will pass. Be sure to keep some kind of snack by your bed so you can have a quick snack at night and not wake up with an empty belly in the morning.

 

Try doing a new thing, wearing magnetic wrist bands. They can help ward off the nausea before it even begins. The bands are a very safe way to prevent nausea and it is done without the use of any medicines.

 

When cooking, try your best to avoid foods that have odors that can trigger nausea. Your sense of smell in enhanced when you are pregnant and you will be able to pick up other smells you were not able to before. You may try getting someone else to cook for you or simply leave the room at night when dinner is being done. Try going outside and getting some fresh air if you feel something coming on and then try eating again a little later. Try eating things like veggies, fruits and even a cold sandwich as they can typically not have any offensive smells to them.

 

Ginger is great at working wonders for many different things, including morning sickness. Try drinking Ginger Ale or chewing on some ginger during the day. Another thing that one could try, would be to, suck on some lemon drops to help keep their nausea at bay,

 

Be sure to keep as active as you possible can. It will take your mind of the nausea and it can also help with making you feel refreshed and energized, Try getting outside or a walk a couple times a week to help take your mind of feeling nauseated.

 

Finally, check with your OBGYN to see if you may be able to switch prenatal vitamins as they can contain a lot more iron and cause an upset stomach. Remember to never take any kind of supplement on an empty stomach and do your best to stay hydrated. Dehydration is known to lead to severe cases of morning sickness and after all, you are trying to keep it away.

 Being very proactive and taking care of yourself during the first trimester of your pregnancy, is one of the best ways to ward of the morning sickness quicker and easier. If you are looking for ways to prevent morning sickness from happening, then keep on reading!

 

When dealing with morning sickness, the thought of eating can make you even sicker, but you should really try your best to keep something in your stomach at all times. It does not matter what it is, as long as it is nothing bad for you or the baby. Try to always keep saltines, dry toast, or ginger cookies around to nibble on during the day. Do you best to keep your meals small, but be sure to eat more frequently during the day. It is very smart, to keep in the back of your mind that this will pass. Be sure to keep some kind of snack by your bed so you can have a quick snack at night and not wake up with an empty belly in the morning.

 

Try doing a new thing, wearing magnetic wrist bands. They can help ward off the nausea before it even begins. The bands are a very safe way to prevent nausea and it is done without the use of any medicines.

 

When cooking, try your best to avoid foods that have odors that can trigger nausea. Your sense of smell in enhanced when you are pregnant and you will be able to pick up other smells you were not able to before. You may try getting someone else to cook for you or simply leave the room at night when dinner is being done. Try going outside and getting some fresh air if you feel something coming on and then try eating again a little later. Try eating things like veggies, fruits and even a cold sandwich as they can typically not have any offensive smells to them.

 

Ginger is great at working wonders for many different things, including morning sickness. Try drinking Ginger Ale or chewing on some ginger during the day. Another thing that one could try, would be to, suck on some lemon drops to help keep their nausea at bay,

 

Be sure to keep as active as you possible can. It will take your mind of the nausea and it can also help with making you feel refreshed and energized, Try getting outside or a walk a couple times a week to help take your mind of feeling nauseated.

 

Finally, check with your OBGYN to see if you may be able to switch prenatal vitamins as they can contain a lot more iron and cause an upset stomach. Remember to never take any kind of supplement on an empty stomach and do your best to stay hydrated. Dehydration is known to lead to severe cases of morning sickness and after all, you are trying to keep it away.






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