Nausea and Vomiting in pregnancy, commonly called morning sickness, can actually occur at any time of day. Experts are unsure of the exact reasons for it, but believe that it may be due to the rapid fluctuations in blood sugar levels, or a reaction to changing hormones. About half of all pregnant woman experience morning sickness.
Some Women Have Tried…
- Eating small meals frequently
- Eating more protein
- Eating crackers before getting out of bed
- Never letting your stomach get empty
- Avoiding foods you develop aversions to
- Eat more of foods you crave
- Drink chamomile or peppermint tea
- Eat ginger or drink ginger tea
- Drink broth or thin soups
- Sip sports drinks to keep your blood sugar up
- Eat a small meal before you go to bed
- Avoid greasy or spicy foods
- Add brewer’s or nutritional yeast to your diet.
- Drink water with a lemon wedge squeezed into it.
- Eliminate caffeine from the diet.