Nausea – How to Prevent Morning Sickness

Wang Yan
Wang Yan

Global Courant

It is estimated that around 50 to 90 percent of pregnant women experience anxiety and distress from the nausea and vomiting associated with pregnancy. Pregnancy Nausea is a very common burden of a pregnant woman. It makes a pregnant woman feeling sick and stressed rather than blooming in the early days of pregnancy. It detracts from enjoyment during this exhilarating time.

The frequently asked question is why do some pregnant women experience nausea? Well, doctors and scientists are not really sure of the answer. Some say that it is possible that the cause is the hormonal changes. Some also say that an imbalance in the blood sugar can also be cause. It is important to visit your doctor to avoid the pregnancy sickness to progress because pregnancy sickness can lead to complications to you and to your baby if you just disregard this.

Here are 10 tips a pregnant woman can do to help themselves:

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1. Eat little and frequent meals to avoid having an empty or too-full stomach. Avoid waiting for your stomach to say it’s hungry or it’s full. Having an empty or too-full stomach can increase nausea. By eating little and frequent meals can keep blood sugars steady.

2. Eat protein-rich snacks such as peanuts, soda crackers and granola bars before going to sleep. Protein-rich snacks are needed for cell growth and blood production. It helps your body to function properly.

3. Relax as much as possible. If you feel like not waking up at a set time then don’t. Anxiety and tiredness can make your sickness even worse.

4. Exercise. Get some light exercise every day or any day you want and go for a walk. A fresh air will help.

5. Avoid fatty and spicy foods. Fatty and spicy foods triggers to nausea. Substitute fatty and spicy foods to protein-rich foods.

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6. Try ginger tea. Some pregnant woman says that ginger can help a lot. Be careful not to use ginger too much.

7. Take your prenatal vitamins. Prenatal vitamins are multivitamins that make up nutritional deficiencies. It contains numerous vitamins and minerals, folic acid, iron and calcium content which reduce the risk of having a baby with a serious birth defect.

8. Avoid caffeine. Caffeine is not good for pregnant woman. It has been a suspect of causing mal-formation in fetus and may reduce fertility rates.

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9. Avoid alcohol. Alcohol is a BIG NO NO and never recommended for pregnant woman. It increases the chance of vomiting and dehydration.

10. Drink liquid between meals. Dehydration can cause nausea and can put your pregnancy on risk so it is important to make sure you are getting sufficient liquid everyday.

Nausea is not an easy thing to deal with. It is important to ask someone who understand your situation and try as many approaches on how to manage pregnancy sickness. Whatever approaches you will try, make sure to take care of yourself and your baby.

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