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5 Top Morning Sickness Remedies to Give You Fast Relief
Morning sickness, which starts in week six of pregnancy and runs all through to week 12 or week 13, can be very uncomfortable.
About 70% of pregnant women will experience morning sickness, and for some, it will be a lot more intense, so much so it severely impacts their lives, making them less effective in carrying out their regular activities.
While morning sickness and all other accompanying pregnancy symptoms should start to ease up by week 12 -13 and be gone completely by week 16, those six or seven weeks can feel like thee pits.
Luckily, no woman has to suffer morning sickness without relief within her reach to help manage the situation.
Studies have found morning sickness can be managed to bring some semblance of control and normalcy back into your life.
There are quite a number of morning sickness remedies that are useful in bringing relief your way.
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5 Top Morning Sickness Remedies to Try Out
These remedies range from simple dietary change to extreme lifestyle changes. A few won’t just bring relief your way but will bring relief that lasts all day. However, the remedy to be applied would depend on the symptoms in question and its severity.
Here are some very effective natural remedies for morning sickness:
Lemon is one of the best morning sickness remedies to take, bringing instant relief from nausea.
However, while lemon is a safe food to take in pregnancy you take it only on the directives of your doctor and do so in moderation.
That said, you can take your lemon tea plain, or add a little honey to dull that tangy lemon taste.
- Heat some water and pour into a large one-liter cup.
- Allow this cool slightly and then pour 2-3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice.
- Stir in your honey and pour this lemon tea into a one-liter flask to be taken in sips all through the day.
Peppermint tea is another tea that will bring you relief from nausea. Beyond that this tea will also eliminate flatulence if you also happen to be suffering from that.
Like the lemon tea you can brew your peppermint tea and sweeten with honey or sugar.
7-10 Leaves Peppermints
1 Teaspoon Honey
3 Drops Lemon Juice (optional)
3 Drops Orange Juice (optional)
- To make your peppermint yea, get some peppermint leaves (if using the leaves and crush these between your palms, then place in a large mug.
- Place a kettle in heat and bring the water to boil.
- Turn off heat and allow the water cool for some minutes.
- Next, pour the hot water into the mug and stir, then cover the cup.
- Leave for ten minutes, so the leaves steep, and the aroma and flavor in the leaves come out.
- After this time, strain the liquid into another mug, add a teaspoon of honey and a few drops of lemon or orange juice.
- Pour the tea into your one-liter flask to last you all day.
Red Raspberry Leaf
This is another herbal tea that’s considered safe in pregnancy. This tea has a high iron deposit (which you need as a pregnant woman), will help calm your stomach, boost your milk production, and also shorten labor duration.
7-8 Red Raspberry Leaves
1 Teaspoon Honey
- Just as with your peppermint leaves, submerge the red raspberry leaves in hot water for ten minutes.
- Strain the liquid into a more giant mug and sweetened with honey, then store in your flask.
- Or you could just brew a cup of raspberry tea anytime.
Ginger tea is not just easy to make, but also works pretty fast in calming your stomach. However, as with other teas, it is recommended you don’t over drink (pregnant women are advised not to consume more than four grams of it daily
as doing so comes with possible side effects like heartburn and diarrhea) it, so you don’t place your baby in any danger.
- If using the ginger roots, peel and grate the ginger into a bowl.
- Pour boiling water and let this steep for 5-10 minutes before transferring into your flask.
- If using a teabag or ground ginger, pour ground ginger into a cup of hot water and let it sit for 1 minute.
- Next, strain the liquid into a mug and sweeten before pouring into your flask.
Other Morning Sickness Remedies for Nausea and Vomiting
Some other foods or remedies you could try out include bland food like crackers, toast and pretzels, plain fruits and vegetables, cold sandwiches, flavored popsicles, protein bars, hard candies, and ginger cookies are effective morning sickness remedies for managing the issue.
Some Helpful Morning Sickness Remedies to Try Out
- Avoid spicy or fatty foods.
- Also, identify other triggers you might have and steer clear of these.
- Do not skip breakfast. If you find you’re unable to keep the food down, eat gently and in small portions.
- Take your pre-vitamins at night, just as you’re about to sleep if you find taking them worsens your nausea.
- Take a lot of water to keep from getting dehydrated. If you find you’re unable to take natural water, then opt for a flavored one.
- Get physically active: this will not just keep the nausea away, but will also take your mind off things.
- Reduce your food portion and eat more frequently to make up your calories.
- Perform activities that will keep you active physically and mentally.
- Avoid computer monitor flickers.
- Taking vitamin B6 has also been known to be very effective.
- If your nausea is caused by acid reflux, then you might want to try out alternative therapies like acupuncture to relieve this.
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