Nausea with pregnancy is the number one complaint among pregnant women.
Most are lucky enough to have only mild or average cases of sickness during the length of their pregnancies. If this is the case for you, there are some resources you can use to palliate the nausea with your pregnancy.
Some females report that the sickness dissipates on its own after the end of the first trimester. Occasionally, however, females experience nausea with their pregnancies. Typically, the same resources that relieved the symptoms in early pregnancy will assist near the end as well. So take heart! A few very unproblematic changes can create a very big difference!
Take your prenatal pill at night.
Most women take their gestation medications first thing in the morning, and this can create upset to an already “iffy” stomach.
Chew gum. Peppermint and spearmint are the most normally used ones, as the taste is considered to assist alleviate nausea symptoms. Some females, however, have luck with just about any gum flavor.
Snack often. This rule is two-fold. The first goal is to never allow your stomach to be totally empty, as this can cause blood sugar drops, heightening the sense of nausea with your pregnancy. The second goal is to break up large meals into several smaller ones. As always, eating healthy foods is crucial, but this is especially so during pregnancy. Having nuts, dried berries, fresh fruit and vegetables, crackers or cheese with you is a great way to avoid sickness, as well as get in those all-important nutrients.
Sip on tea. As mentioned earlier, peppermint and spearmint are both considered to maintain gestation nausea at bay, but another usual herb used in teas is gingerroot. Conversely, if tea isn’t your “cup of tea”, then try sipping on very hot or ice cold water.
Follow these few very easy rules to help prevent sickness from dampening your gestation joy!