What Are the Best Remedies for Morning Sickness?
Many women find keeping something like a digestive biscuit next to their bed useful. Eat one of these and have a drink before attempting to get out of bed. This will often settle your stomach. Eat small meals often and avoid greasy, high fat or salty foods. Some women also find cold meals are easier digest than a warm meal. Get plenty of rest and consider keeping a diary to identify potential triggers.
Does Vitamin B6 Work for Morning Sickness?
While B-Complex vitamins won’t necessarily cure morning sickness, researchers have found that increasing the amount of vitamin B in the diets of expecting mothers helps provide some relief from morning sickness. Usually a vitamin B supplement is recommended by doctors before they prescribe or recommend any medications.
Does Ginger Help Morning Sickness?
Ginger has always been used as an herbal treatment for upset stomachs and nausea. It is best to use fresh ginger. While ginger is considered safe, some people feel its consumption should be limited during pregnancy, so it is best to first ask your doctor.
Do Sea Bands Help Morning Sickness?
Sea bands take advantage of the acupressure point beneath our wrists, which helps relieve nausea and vomiting. The sea bands work by applying pressure to the P6 pressure point consistently throughout the day to help relieve your morning sickness symptoms.
Also read: Pregnancy diet – what to eat when pregnant
Will Acupuncture Cure Morning Sickness?
While acupuncture isn’t a common remedy for morning sickness, a Swedish study showed that 90% of women felt less nauseated after receiving acupuncture treatments for their morning sickness.
What Can I Do If Certain Odors Are Making Me Sick?
Many women find that certain scents or odors will make them feel nauseous. If this is the case, carry around a handkerchief with your favorite smell, for example a perfume or a couple of drops of an essential oil (people find lemon, wild orange or peppermint useful). When you feel your stomach turning, take out the handkerchief and have a sniff.
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