How To Cure Morning Sickness

What are some good ways to cure morning sickness?

  1. Change Your Eating Habits
  2. Change Your Drinking Habits
  3. Avoid Food Triggers
  4. Observe What You Smell
  5. Rest Well And Avoid Stress
  6. Try Chiropractic Care
Throughout your pregnancy, your body will go through numerous changes. Your stomach will grow, your sense of smell will be heightened, and you will experience nausea and vomiting — often known as morning sickness. This is a common occurrence, especially during the first 3 months of pregnancy. However, it can make your days tougher and more challenging as it can get uncomfortable. Want to know how to cure morning sickness? You’ve come to the right place! We’ve rounded up six excellent ways. Keep reading for more. 

Change Your Eating Habits

Gone are the days when you can eat anything and everything. Now that you are pregnant, it is vital that you watch what you eat. Changing your eating habits can help you lessen your morning sickness. The first thing to keep in mind is to avoid having an empty stomach as this can worsen your nausea. Eat meals frequently and in small portions throughout the day to help lessen the chance of vomiting. After eating, avoid lying down to lessen the pressure on your stomach.

Change Your Drinking Habits

Pregnant woman drinking milk The same rule also applies in drinking liquids as dehydration can also worsen your morning sickness. Avoid drinking in large quantities and focus on drinking smaller amounts but in more frequent intervals. 

Avoid Food Triggers

It’s time to skip that chili garlic topping in your meals as it may not be good for you. Fatty, spicy, and sweet foods can be aggravating because it can trigger the acid in your stomach which can worsen your morning sickness. It is better to eat bland food that are high in protein and carbohydrates. 

Observe What You Smell

A pregnant woman covering her nose Now that you know what and what not to eat, it’s time to know what you should and should not smell. Pregnancy heightens your sense of smell, which also increases your exposure to nauseating scents. Observe what odors trigger your nausea. Perfumes may smell good, but their strong scent can trigger your morning sickness. Avoid food with stronger scents as well.  In line with this, aromatherapy may help ease morning sickness. Scents such as lemon and orange can help aversion to strong smells. Lavender can also help to relax and calm your body.

Rest Well And Avoid Stress

Make sure to get proper rest at night. Lack of sleep and tiredness can also worsen your morning sickness! In addition to this, take proper breaks when working. Stress can also cause stomach problems that can lead to nausea and vomiting.

Try Chiropractic Care

Back pain during pregnancy A chiropractor can help ease not just back pain, but also morning sickness in pregnant women. During pregnancy, your body produces hormones that are good for the baby. However, it can also result in nausea. As your tummy grows and your ligaments relax, spinal dislocations happen. This puts pressure on your spine and limits nervous system communication to your liver — the organ that processes hormones. An aligned spine can help improve the nervous system, which results in a healthier balance in hormones. 

Key Takeaway

Pregnant women experience many changes and occurrences — morning sickness is one of them. Above, we shared some ways on how to cure morning sickness. These home remedies may help ease and alleviate discomfort, but we recommend consulting with a chiropractor for professional assistance When you hear the word chiropractor, you will immediately think of treatment for back pain, shoulder pain, and other spinal conditions. And as a pregnant woman, it may sound new to you. But a chiropractor can help you ease not just your back pain, but also your morning sickness. Here at Chiropractor Philippines, we can help you have a more comfortable pregnancy. Contact us here to know more.

Written By: Dr. Benedicto Luz Adorable III

Dr. Ben is the CEO and Founder of Philippine Chiropractic Healthcare Specialist. He has a Doctorate Degree of Chiropractic from Parker College of Chiropractic.

To read more about Dr. Ben, click here.

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