27 Effective Home Remedies For Morning Sickness

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The frequent vomiting and nausea experienced by many pregnant women during the early stages of pregnancy, especially during the early hours of the day, is termed morning sickness.

As the name implies, morning sickness often happens in the morning. However, the discomfort and queasy feeling can happen any time of the day.

Morning sickness is typical during pregnancy and should cause no need to worry. However, you could try some natural treatments and home remedies to help combat the vomiting and nausea.

Factors that could trigger morning sickness include; anxiety, odor, certain foods, and nutritional deficiencies.

Here are some good practices and tips, to consider, if you are dealing with morning sickness;

  • Avoid smoking and secondhand smoke as it can irritate you.
  • Ensure your rooms are well ventilated to reduce odors.
  • Avoid eating and drinking at the same time.
  • You could take prenatal vitamins at night. Also, ensure you eat foods that are rich in vitamin B6.
  • Avoid eating greasy, fatty, or spicy foods as well as highly processed foods as they tend to make you queasy.
  • Ensure you drink plenty of fluids.
  • Strive to eat before you get hungry as this would help curtail nausea.
  • Avoid eating large meals in one sitting. Instead, eat small meals more frequently.

Below are natural treatments and home remedies for morning sickness;

1. Peppermint


Peppermint has a calming effect on the digestive system which helps in reducing nausea and treats morning sickness. Boil a cup of water and add a tablespoon of peppermint leaves to it. Let the leaves infuse with the water for 10-12 minutes. Strain the liquid and add a little amount of honey to it. Sip it slowly to relieve the condition. Inhaling peppermint oil is also known to soothe the body and reduce sickness. Simply put a few drops of peppermint oil in a clean cloth or handkerchief and inhale the scent.

2. Lemon


The refreshing scent of lemon helps in reducing nausea and elevates your mood. Smelling freshly cut lemon peels whenever you feel nauseous may help in providing a great relief. You may also mix together lemon juice, mint juice and a little amount of ginger juice along with honey and consume it 2-3 times every day. Alternatively, you may also add lemon juice to a glass of water to reduce morning sickness as well as stay hydrated.
(https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4005434/)

3. Fennel


Fennel seeds have an effective quality of soothing the digestive system and relieving nausea in a fast way. You may chew a teaspoon of fennel seeds after your meals to aid digestion. Alternatively, make a tea using fennel seeds by boiling them in water. Let it sit for a few minutes. Strain the liquid and add some honey or lemon juice to enhance the taste. Sip the tea slowly.

4. Cloves


Chewing 2-3 cloves may help in quickly relieving morning sickness. This aromatic spice helps in easing digestion and keeps nausea away. You may also infuse a few cloves in hot water to make a refreshing tea. Alternatively, mix together roasted and powdered clove with honey and consume it several times in a day to maintain a stable digestive tract and ward off queasiness.

5. Ginger


The high concentration of natural compounds, like gingerol as well as shogaols, present in ginger is effective in treating morning sickness. Mix together a little amount of ginger juice with honey and consume it in the morning to relieve the condition. You may also use powdered ginger to make a soothing tea. Simply add half a teaspoon of the powder to a cup of hot boiling water and let it sit for 10 minutes. Strain it and drink the tea. Do not increase your consumption of ginger tea beyond three cups if you are pregnant.
(https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19250006)

6. Raw mango


Raw mango is often used to relieve morning sickness. Just slice a raw mango and consume it with some salt to relieve nausea in a natural way. If you do not like raw mango, you may consume candied raw mango to reap similar benefits. Do not consume it in a large amount and always consult your doctor before trying out this remedy.

7. Red Raspberry Leaf


A tea made from red raspberry leaves is another effective way to deal with morning sickness. Besides reducing nausea, it prepares the uterine and pelvic muscles for childbirth. Red raspberry leaf also helps in improving breast milk quality. About 4-5 cups of the tea can be taken, daily, during the third trimester. However, if you are in your first trimester, you can have a cup of it to stop feeling sick.

8. Apple


Morning sickness can be effectively reduced by eating an apple or drinking its juice. Apple relieves a headache and reduces queasiness. You may also spread peanut butter on apple slices and eat it whenever you feel nauseous.

9. Have A Relaxing Bath


Taking a bath when you are feeling nauseous will help you get some relief. It will soothe your body and promote relaxation. Fill your bathtub with warm water and add a little amount of your favorite essential oil. Soak in for a few minutes for a calming effect.

10. Pomegranate


Pomegranate eases digestion and relieves morning sickness in a natural way. Simply consume pomegranate whenever you feel sick. You may also extract its juice and consume it for a relieving action. Another way to use pomegranate for morning sickness is to crush the seeds and mix it with equal parts of honey. Consume it for an instant action.

11. Vitamin B6


Incorporating foods that provide vitamin B6 to the body is known to be an effective remedy for morning sickness. These foods help in reducing nausea and ease the feeling of vomiting. Take avocados in your daily diet to maintain adequate levels of vitamin B6. You may also take daily supplements. However, it is recommended to check with your doctor to know the adequate doses for you.
(https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25052410)

12. Avoid Coffee


Coffee in smaller quantities does not interfere with health during a pregnancy but a larger dose of caffeine may trigger nausea and vomiting. To prevent this, you should not cross the daily limit of 300 mg. Too much caffeine can harm your fetus too. So limit your caffeine intake or avoid it altogether.

13. Curry Leaves


Curry leaves have been used in Ayurveda for many years to treat nausea and vomiting associated with morning sickness. Curry leaves are readily available and are widely used in cooking. All you have to do is take 18-20 fresh curry leaves and crush it to extract some juice. Strain it and add 1 teaspoon of honey and 2 teaspoons of fresh lemon juice. You may also use sugar in place of honey. Mix well and consume it 2-3 times in a day.

14. Milk Toast


Milk toast is a bland food that aids digestion and relieves the feeling of vomiting. Heat some milk in a pan and transfer it to a cup. Toast a slice of bread and spread butter (unsalted) over it. Now crumble the toast and add it to the milk. Mix well and consume it slowly.

15. Acupressure


Pressing a specific point on your wrist may work well in relieving nausea in a natural way. Acupressure helps in releasing serotonin and endorphins when pressure is applied to certain points of the body. Make sure you locate the point accurately for maximum effectiveness. You may also invest in acupressure wristbands that may help in reducing morning sickness easily.
(https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11699379)

16. Licorice


Licorice has a soothing action on your digestive tract, which may help in easing the symptoms of morning sickness. You can prepare licorice tea by adding its extract to a cup of hot water. Allow it to steep for some minutes and strain it. Drink it whenever you feel queasy. You may also relish licorice candies to ward off the sickness. Licorice drops are also effective in treating nausea.

17. Cumin


Cumin is another readily available ingredient that may help in easing your digestion and improve your condition. Consume it by mixing half a tablespoon of it in warm water. Sip it slowly for effective results. You may use cumin as a remedy for morning sickness by boiling 1 liter of water in a pan. Add 1 tablespoon of cumin seeds plus a little nutmeg. Let the ingredients infuse in water for 5-7 minutes. Then, strain and consume it to quickly reduce the feeling of vomiting.
(https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3210012/)

18. Crackers


Easily digestible crackers are great for your stomach, especially when you are feeling nauseated. Eating a few of them will help you relieve the condition in an incredible way. So, keep a jar of crackers handy and keep munching on them whenever you feel the need.

19. Lavender Oil


Lavender is effective in treating nausea. It has a soothing action on the body which relieves an irritated digestive tract. You just need to inhale the relaxing scent of lavender to relieve nausea. Add a little amount of lavender oil in your handkerchief and smell it slowly. You may also use thyme oil if lavender is not available.

20. Stay Away From Fries


You are likely to crave for different foods during pregnancy due to hormonal changes but eating too much of fried food is not a good idea. It can affect your digestive system and harm your health. So strive, as much as possible, to avoid eating fried foods, especially at odd hours. Instead, smell a freshly cut lemon and sip warm water to reduce your cravings while combating nausea.

21. Bael Juice


Bael fruit or wood apple is not only good for reducing constipation, it also provides effective results for treating morning sickness. The fruit is known to be beneficial for digestion and related ailments. Take a bael fruit and extract its juice. Add a few tablespoons of this juice to cooked rice and consume it slowly. If you have mild nausea, you may eat this once. But for severe conditions, you may consume it up to 3 times in a day.

22. Eucalyptus Oil


The strong and refreshing scent of eucalyptus can be used to treat morning sickness. It is probably the simplest way to deal with the issue. Just put a little amount of the oil in a handkerchief and smell it until you feel relaxed. You may do it whenever needed.

23. Eat Small Frequent Meals


Eating a large meal at one time could be tough on your digestive system, which may give rise to numerous digestive issues including nausea and vomiting. The best way to deal with this is to eat smaller meals more frequently at regular intervals. This would help your digestive system to work easily and digest the food effectively, thus, relieving nausea. Staying empty stomach may aggravate your condition. So, keep eating small meals or snack on healthy food, frequently, throughout the day.

24. Yoga


Yoga is yet another effective remedy for warding off morning sickness in an effective way, Yoga not only reduces stress but also keeps you physically active. However, you have to be very careful in choosing the poses of yoga during pregnancy to avoid any complication. It is best to practice yoga under the supervision of a professional practitioner who will be able to guide you while you do it to reap the most benefits possible and prevent any harm. You may also try meditation to relax your entire body and reduce morning sickness.

25. Chamomile Tea


Chamomile tea is an incredible remedy for numerous health challenges such as asthma, nausea and skin problems. Its soothing action eases the digestive tract and reduces morning sickness. Make a tea by adding chamomile extract to hot water. Let it steep for some time and strain the solution. Drink the tea slowly to relieve the feeling of vomiting. You may try this remedy as needed.
(https://medlineplus.gov/druginfo/natural/752.html)

26. Potato Chips


Salted potato chips, when consumed in moderation, may have a positive impact in reducing morning sickness. It works by balancing the excessive production of saliva and makes you feel less queasy. So keep a pack of salted potato chips handy and munch on a few of it to get rid of the condition. Avoid over-eating it as it could be harmful to your health.

27. Stay Hydrated


Usually, dehydration is the biggest cause of nausea. Since our body needs enough water to function properly, it is important to stay hydrated at all times, especially during pregnancy. Ensure you drink 8-10 glasses of water every day to keep the feeling of vomiting away. You may increase your fluid intake by eating fruits high in water content such as melons, watermelons, grapes, and oranges. You can also sip a glass of warm water to instantly relieve morning sickness.

 

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