Nausea During Pregnancy – 8 Ways to Beat It

By | April 15, 2019

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If you are one of the many pregnant mothers who find themselves looking down the toilet bowl every single morning or through the day for yet another puke-a-thon, do not be alarmed, it is completely normal and should stop when you reach your second trimester.

Nausea can occur early in the first few weeks of pregnancy and in most women, the symptoms would subside by 14 weeks of gestation. However, there are a small proportion of pregnant women who continue to have nausea till delivery. Try these 8 ways below to lessen your pain.

(1) KNOW YOUR TRIGGERS
It certainly helps when you know which smells or foods are likely to send you running off to the bathroom or leave you feeling nauseated. For some, strong smells may trigger nausea oromiting, so try to avoid places where those smells are abundant. Certain foods may set off your nausea as well, so if it helps, having someone to prepare simple meals for you might just be the answer.

(2) LEARN TO TRUST YOUR INTUITION
More often than not, if just the thought of a certain food or smell makes you queasy, stay away from it. Listen to what your body tells you. If something sweet or salty appeals to you when you are feeling nauseas, chances are that they are going to keep your nausea under control. While it may not be the healthiest choice at that time, it may be just the best thing to get you through the day or even the next few days.

(3) AVOID TAKING HEAVY MEALS
Eat little and more often, approximately every two or three hours even if you are not hungry. Eat slowly and chew your food completely. Something else you might want to try is ginger. Ginger tea or ginger tablets are supposed to help reduce nausea. Cook your food with ginger where possible. Keep snacks such as crackers in your bag or at work so you will always have something to nibble on you should feel queasy.

(4) KEEP YOURSELF HYDRATED THROUGHOUT THE DAY
Stock up on juice or bottles of water, and keep them with you at all times as mums-to-be need 10 cups of fluids per day. Try drinking herbal tea or something fizzy such as lemonade or ginger ale. Sip rather than gulp. Dehydration, which can be fatal, is the largest danger of morning sickness. Women with severe morning sickness are often hospitalized to be rehydrated intravenously.

(5) SNACK BEFORE BREAKFAST AND BEDTIME
Starting off the day with a snack may just do the trick to keep your morning sickness at bay. Keep foods such as crackers near your bed so you have something to nibble on you should wake up feeling nauseous. At night, you should eat a snack such as bread, cereal, dry crackers or yogurt before you go to bed. Avoid waking up with an empty stomach.

6 TRY ALTERNATIVE TREATMENTS SUCH AS ACUPUNCTURE
Acupuncture has been known to help relieve pregnant mums of nausea and vomiting. But before you head to an acupuncturist, there are several acupressure points that can help to alleviate nausea and as one of the points is on the inside of the wrist, using motion-sickness wristband might just do the trick.

(7) ANOTHER ALTERNATIVE THERAPY TO TRY IS REFLEXOLOGY
As it is most unlikely to cause any harm to you and your unborn baby, it might be worth to give it a try. And if it does not, at least you will be more relaxed after the massage. Not only can reflexology be used to ease your bouts of nausea and vomiting, it can also help with other pregnancy discomforts like constipation as well.

8 TAKE A SEAT AND MEDITATE
Sit in a comfortable chair with your feet on the floor and your hands resting lightly on your thighs. You want to feel supported and at ease. Lower your eyelids and start to breathe slowly and gently, in through your nose, out through your slowly open mouth. Let the breath cool and calm you. Focus only on the breath and let the thoughts come and go. Sit like this for ten to fifteen minutes each day.

If it is getting too much for you to take and find yourself weak from nausea, it would be best to seek professional help.



Source by Afiqah Binte Haidar

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