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6 Brilliant Ways to Deal with Morning Sickness


Morning sickness is one of the early signs of pregnancy, occurring during the first 4 months of pregnancy. It may happen at any time of the day, not just morning. Doctors are yet to dig the real cause of this sickness, but they believe that a rise in estrogen and hCG (human gonadotropin) hormones to be the cause. Women also experience a heightened sense of smell during pregnancy. This, too, triggers nausea.

Here are some of the most brilliant tips from gynecologist in Greater Noida and women who have been there and done that to deal with morning sickness. 

1. Eat foods that suit you at this time

Don’t be surprised if you hate your favorite foods during pregnancy. You might feel happy eating a simple, home-cooked meal. Just eat whatever makes your stomach happy. Spicy and deep-fried foods or foods with a strong aroma might repel you. 

 

2. Eat within half an hour of waking up in the morning

According to a reputable obgyn near Noida Extension, morning sickness is most likely to occur on an empty stomach. After a long night, your tummy is empty and its acids irritate your stomach lining, making you feel queasy. Munch on something before you head on for your morning routine. 

 

3. Nibble before going to bed

Take a light snack high in complex carbs and protein before hitting the bed. A glass of milk or a whole grain muffin or some cheese is fine. 

 

 

4. Take small, frequent meals throughout the day

The thumb rule is: don’t overeat and don’t let your stomach go completely empty. Eat 5-6 small meals during the day. These are easier to digest and keep nausea at bay. Whenever outdoors, make sure you have a box of snacks in your bag. It could be dried fruits or nuts, dry cereals, soy chips, granola bars, or whole grain crackers. 

 

5. Eat high protein and high complex carb diet

Hard cheese, peanut butter, whole grain toast, and such foods should be on your platter. Avoid processed and greasy foods. They can worsen your morning sickness. 

 

 

6. Take enough fluids

Vomiting can make you dehydrated. If plain water sucks, then have soups, smoothies, vegetable or fruit juice, coconut water, shakes, or lemonade. If fluids make you queasy, eat high water-content fruits and vegetables like melons, cucumbers, and citrus to balance your fluid intake. Talk to your obgyn near Noida Extension if your morning sickness is severe and you are unable to eat well. This could lead to weight loss.



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