Coping with Morning Sickness: 4 Effective Ways to Do It

This article will help you learn some steps on how you could relieve morning sickness and, at the same time, take care of your body.

During the early stages of pregnancy, many expectant moms experience the symptoms of morning sickness, or the condition wherein they suffer from nausea and vomiting. At its worst, it can be exhausting to undergo the same ordeal over and over again for weeks. To help you get through these tough times, here are some steps you may follow:

 

Take a Rest

Try not to exhaust yourself too much. Get as much rest as you can so you'll have energy to last the day. Going through morning sickness can drain you physically and there's no better way to fight it off than having enough rest. Don't overwork yourself and take enough breaks so you'll feel less stressed.

 

Eat Enough

Avoid eating too much or not eating at all as it makes your morning sickness worse. You’ll feel queasy and uncomfortable when you've eaten too much or none at all. Go for protein-rich foods as it could help stabilize your blood sugar levels, which can prevent morning sickness.

 

Get Comfy

Whenever you're going somewhere or even when you’re just lazing around at home, be sure you wear comfy clothes and footwear. Choose loose-fitting clothes to avoid restriction on movements and blood flow. Go for flats and sandals so you could move and walk around comfortably.

 

You can ease the symptoms of morning sickness by following these steps. If it feels like the symptoms are getting worse, see your doctor immediately so they could assess and recommend ways to subside your symptoms. Stay safe and healthy with these tips.

 

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Sources:

https://www.parents.com/pregnancy/my-body/morning-sickness/morning-sickness/

http://www.foxnews.com/health/2014/07/15/preventing-morning-sickness-through-diet.html

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/37757.php

https://www.webmd.com/baby/guide/morning-sickness-pregnant

https://www.mother.ly/parenting/9-tips-surviving-morning-sickness-work