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Home Remedies for Morning Sickness during Pregnancy


Home remedies can work wonders for combating morning sickness or nausea during pregnancy. Have a quick look at the home remedies for dealing with morning sickness during pregnancy right away.


It is said that to be pregnant is to be a complete woman who is vitally alive and full with the joy of a preciousness of a new life growing inside her. Pregnancy is a grand journey compacted with a plethora of adventure for the mother. However, with Pregnancy comes certain perks like vomiting and nausea which is commonly termed as ā€œMorning Sicknessā€. In case of some women, the symptoms normally worsen during the start of the day and recover gradually, but in normal cases, it lasts all day long.

The cause of nausea during pregnancy is mainly due to the number of physiological changes taking place in the body resulting in heightened sensitivity to odours, hormonal changes, stress and the like. It normally lasts for 12 to 18 weeks of pregnancy and then ceases. However, the unpleasant effects that the mother has to undergo during the process can be handled with the following remedies.


1. Keep Yourself Hydrated

Morning sickness causes nausea and vomiting mainly due to the sensitivity to certain odours and food and hence might result in dehydration, which may be detrimental for the well-being of the baby. Hence drinking water is also necessary to keep yourself hydrated. A pregnant woman should at least drink 8 to 10 glasses of water. Adequate amount of foods which are high in water content such as citrus fruits and vegetables should also be consumed.


2. Drink Ginger Tea

Ginger tea proves to be work wonders when it comes to curing morning sickness. A cup of hot ginger tea can soothe the mind, help forget the stress and tension building inside the body and overcome the wave of nausea when it hits. Ginger tea or lemon tea beats nausea like a pro and helps overcome the giddy feeling. It is also said that herbal tea or raspberry tea is used as a remedy for many problems related to pregnancy. Brewing a cup of tea also helps in soothing the uterine muscles during pregnancy. But too much of caffeine intake is also not good during pregnancy. So, make sure that you limit the amount of tea as per the quantity prescribed by your doctor.


3. Eat Something Crunchy

It is generally advised that during pregnancy, junk food should be avoided as it leads to health complications later in life for the baby and can also result in the permanent alteration of cells in the unborn baby. But eating something crunchy once in a while can help overcome morning sickness effectively. As for instance, healthy snacks like crackers can help stop the feeling of nausea in pregnant women. Eating around 5 to 6 crackers during the day is normally advised. Other snacks like pop-corn, proves to be effective. Surprisingly, potato chips also prove to be a good remedy for beating nausea, but care should be taken for the health enthusiasts as to not over-indulge. Nibbling on a handful of them should do the trick.


3. Increase the Intake of Vitamin B6 rich Foods

Vitamin B6 has been proved to beat queasiness in pregnant women. Doctors say that a minimum amount of Vitamin B6 for three days helps in reducing vomiting and nausea. It also helps in the growth of red blood cells, antibodies and neurotransmitters and helps meeting the nutritional needs of the growing infant as well. Vitamin B6 can be found in various foods like nuts, bananas, cauliflowers, green beans and the like. Hence, in order to keep a diet rich in vitamin B6 you must eat a varied, nutritious and balanced diet to undergo a healthy pregnancy.


4. Undergo a Citric Rejuvenation

The goodness of the natural lemony effect is a very effective way to overcome nausea. Sniffing on a lemon slice or drinking lemon-based beverages are said to help with morning sickness. Chewing on lemon pops or freshly cut lemon also beats nausea.

Morning sickness is a sign of normalcy and indicates a healthy pregnancy for the mother. It is not harmful in any way for either the mother or the baby. However, excess of vomiting and nausea may be a cause of concern due to a possible nutrient imbalance or deficiency. Proper treatment and medical consultation should be undertaken in these cases.


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