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Tips for morning sickness

  1. Congratulations, you are pregnant! Unfortunately, pregnancy can also have less pleasant sides. About 70 percent of all pregnant women suffer from nausea in the first three months of pregnancy. What can you do to prevent or reduce nausea?

Breakfast in bed

  1. The nausea mainly occurs in the morning, because your stomach is empty. Breakfast in bed is therefore not a luxury. A biscuit or a crackers with a cup of tea can be very helpful for morning sickness.

Drink enough

  1. Always have a bottle of drink with you. Carbonated drinks in particular can help against nausea. Think for example of Spa red or cola. Take a water ice cream for a change! You should avoid coffee during the first weeks of your pregnancy, but you probably don't feel like it either.


  1. Ginger is an old-fashioned home remedy for all types of nausea. Chew the balls from a jar of 'ginger in syrup' (also delicious in yogurt) or buy gingerbread. You can make ginger tea from fresh ginger root. Peel the ginger root and cut it into small pieces. Toss the ginger root pieces into a glass of boiling water. Let it steep and drink it.


  1. Peppermint can also help against nausea. Chewing gum is a great alternative if you don't have peppermint with you.

Eat small amounts often

  1. Don't have an empty stomach. Eat a light meal several times a day. Always have some crackers in your bag. It is better to leave it bold and powerful for a while. Have a cup of broth in the afternoon, it helps if you start to feel faint.


  1. If you are experiencing extreme nausea, vomiting all the time and are unable to hold down food, see a doctor.

  2. If you are experiencing extreme nausea, vomiting all the time and cannot hold down food, see a doctor.

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