Natural Remedies for Morning Sickness
What is morning sickness, the causes and natural remedies for it.
Jul 17, 2019
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Morning sickness, observed in pregnant women, involves
. Regardless of the name, it can occur anytime.
Typically, pregnant women have nausea and vomiting troubles from
4th to 14th week
The sickness can be triggered by consumption of
spicy foods, specific odors, less ventilation and hot temperatures.
Although there is no definite cause of morning sickness in pregnant women, following are the probable reasons for the same.
reduced blood sugar levels
can lead to stomach upset and vomiting.
Hormonal changes, such as increase in the levels of human
when fetus is developing.
Stress or fatigue
can lead to nausea.
Natural Morning Sickness Remedies
properties that ease nausea.
Chewing on peeled slices of ginger or brewing tea with ginger can calm you down.
Herbal Aromatherapy Mist
This morning wellness spray from Earth Mama is highly recommended for
morning sickness relief
Morning Wellness Spray
This spray is a combination of natural citrus oil, ginger and vanilla. A sprinkle or two of this organic spray on your clothes or body will help you get rid of nausea.
A whiff of lemon
can be a simple, natural remedy for your morning sickness. You can also mix lemon juice in water along with honey and ginger to soothe your senses.
Vitamin B6 Supplements
Vitamin B6 supplements are also known to help in curing nausea and vomiting. Always consult your doctor before turning to this solution.
Preventative Measures for Morning Sickness
1) Take enough time to get up from bed after waking up.
2) Eat portion-controlled, frequent meals throughout the day.
3) Rooms must be well-ventilated. Oftentimes, a short walk in fresh air goes a long way in preventing nausea.
4) Take enough rest, naps when feeling tired during daytime.
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