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What to do in case of morning sickness?

  1. Many pregnant women, about 70%, suffer from nausea and vomiting in the first months. This vomiting and nauseous feeling varies from woman to woman, but it is certainly not pleasant. For every woman there are other things she should or should not do, but there are also a number of generally applicable guidelines. Read more about what to do or what not to do when you are nauseous.

Which foods help against morning sickness?

  1. Pregnancy sickness is an ailment that always occurs in pregnant women. Over the years, various factors have also been discovered that inhibit or stimulate nausea. Below are some tips, from grandma wisdoms to vitamin supplements.

What else can you do against morning sickness?

  1. Have a small snack when you wake up at night; when you wake up the next morning you may feel less nauseous. Eat a little every two hours, instead of a large meal every now and then. It is better to steam or cook your food than to bake or deep fry. Pressing your belly button with two fingers for a minute can also reduce nausea. Make sure that the bedroom in particular, but also the rest of the house, is well ventilated. If possible, lie down to rest a few times a day. Sit down for a while after dinner to allow everything to calm down. Take a little more time to get up in the morning. Provide a distraction so you don't think too much about your nausea.

  2. Have a small snack when you wake up at night; when you wake up the next morning you may feel less nauseous. Eat a little every two hours, instead of a large meal every now and then. It is better to steam or cook your food than to bake or deep fry. Pressing your belly button with two fingers for a minute can also reduce nausea. Make sure that the bedroom in particular, but also the rest of the house, is well ventilated. If possible, lie down to rest a few times a day. Sit down for a while after dinner to allow everything to calm down. Take a little more time in the morning to get up. Provide a distraction so you don't think too much about your nausea.



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