Morning Sickness Cures Are Mostly Trial And Error
There's no such thing as totally typical morning sickness. Some women get extremely bad morning sickness, while others may only experience slight...
There's no such thing as totally typical morning sickness. Some women get extremely bad morning sickness, while others may only experience slight nausea once in a while. Some lucky women never even have a bit of morning sickness. There are women who throw up everything and some who feel horrible but can hold food down. All of that said, just like parenting a newborn, a lot of treatments for morning sickness prevention is simple trial and error. What works for one woman may not help another at all. If you're experiencing morning sickness, try some of the following treatment options until you find one that works for you. Some possible morning sickness cures:
- Natural cures such as Psi Bands and organic lolly pop drops.
- Follow a slow and steady rule when eating. Eat smaller meals or snacks more often instead of three normal meals. Having a little food in your belly at all times can help. Along the same lines before you hop out of bed in the morning, eat a few crackers. Your stomach, after being empty all night is prone to feeling more icky.
- Many women swear by ginger. You can eat it raw, put it on food or make it into tea.
- Try cold water-rich foods. Watermelon, icy berries (try freezing them), cold grapes and cucumbers may help you.
- Make some homemade pregnancy ice pops. The cool, watery texture can sooth your tummy and ice pops are easy to keep down plus keep you hydrated, which is important when your stomach is feeling bad.
- Keep in mind that you may have an illness that's totally unrelated to morning sickness, such as the flu or food poisoning. If this is the case, know the signs and see your midwife or doctor.
- Try eating bland, nausea-fighting foods. See this morning sickness shopping list for ideas.