Most women when they become pregnant suffer from morning sickness. Unfortunately for some women, morning sickness is not just confined to the morning hours. Some women suffer from only nausea, while others may actually vomit. Although there are really no cures for morning sickness, you may find that there are several remedies that can tame your nausea or sick feelings.
Morning sickness usually starts as soon as you wake up. Most women say that saltine crackers or a piece of bread helps when they start to feel nauseous; so it is definitely a good idea to keep these my your bed for as soon as you wake up in the morning. It is also recommended that when you first get out of bed, to get up slowly rather then jump up. Quick and sudden movements have been known to trigger nausea. Also, when you take a shower or bathe it is important that the water is not too hot. If the water is too hot it can cause you to get dizzy or even pass out.
There are several snacks that may help you get through the morning or day. It is always a good idea to keep bland snacks with you at all time and nibble on them throughout the day. Pretzels, crackers, dry toast and papaya are all good snacks that won’t leave an after taste, which can cause nausea. It is also very important to keep hydrated during pregnancy. Sprite and ginger ale have been known to ease nausea, but stay away from most fruit juices as they are mostly sugar.
You can also find many products that are marketed just for nausea and morning sickness. Some women recommend using the preggy pop drops. These lolly pops are citrus flavored and have helped many women ease their morning sickness and nausea. Ginger and vitamin B6, which are found in your prenatal vitamin, have also been shown to help with nausea.