10 Helpful Remedies for Morning Sickness

Morning sickness usually occurs during the sixth and twelfth month of pregnancy but can last for the entire duration too.

There are a number of reasons why this takes place during a pregnancy. Some of these reasons include low blood sugar, lack of exercise, anxiety, constipation or even hormonal changes.

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Keeping this in mind, here are 10 helpful remedies to help with morning sickness:

#1: You can chew crystallized ginger  or take it as a ginger root capsule. Cut and grate some ginger root and add some hot water to it while drinking it as you would a cup of tea.

#2: Suck on one drop of peppermint oil placed on a sugar cube. Another way to do this is by adding both to a cup of tea.

#3: Homeopathic tablets such as Nux vomica 6X or ipecac 30x should also help reducing morning sickness.

#4: Go for a walk or get some mild exercise so as to relieve hormonal activity.

#5: Avoid caffeine, artificial sweeteners and foods that are spicy, greasy, fatty, fried or rich.

#6: Sip apple juice throughout the night as this will keep your blood sugar as stable as possible.

#7: Eat at least 5 to 6 small meals every day with a couple of hours between them. Ensure that you get a balance of carbs and protein that will regulate your blood sugar levels.

#8: Suck on lemon drops or even drink lemonade.

#9: It’s important to get a lot of rest during your pregnancy. If you’re tired, it makes the morning sickness even worse.

#10: Acupuncture treatment is a really helpful way to reduce morning sickness.

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