Dealing with Morning Sickness for Expecting Mothers
Being a Mother is probably one of the best feelings and nothing in the worlds that much happiness and excitement when you hold your own baby in your arms But along with this comes a lot of responsibility and morning sickness, of course
Being a Mother is probably one of the best feelings and nothing in the world’s that much happiness and excitement when you hold your own baby in your arms. But along with this comes a lot of responsibility and morning sickness, of course.
Morning Sickness usually happens in initial months of pregnancy which is also accompanied by nausea and uneasiness. The feeling of fatigues, severe headaches, irritation and fluctuating mood swings is what the expecting mothers go through all day long in the name of morning sickness.
To deal this problem naturally, we have rolled out some tips for all the expecting mothers to deal with this steadily.
- Go in for natural resorts like ginger and peppermints are very effective. These ingredients derived from nature reduce abdominal discomposure and also assists in easy digestion. Go in for ginger tea, peppermint tea, peppermint gums, ginger water or even ginger cookies.
- It is really important for the prospective mother to be physically and mentally active as this reduces the feeling and symptoms of nausea and fatigue in her. This shall keep her active and will more likely to keep the baby healthy.
- Gulp in smoothies as they generally leave a calming effect on the mother. They balance out the sugar content thereby, topping it up with its nutritional benefits. It also nullifies the effects of the acids secreted in stomach.
- Go the Yoga Way to relieve you from morning sickness. The deep inhalation and exhalation exercise shall compose your mind and soul throughout your pregnancy. Also, try to incorporate some time for yoga post pregnancy as well.
- Drink as much water as you can. Consuming warm water regularly helps in reducing indigestion and keeps morning sickness at bay. So, stay hydrated. Also, avoid consuming caffeine products and aerated drinks.
In conversation with Dr. Rita Bakshi, Senior Gynaecologist and IVF Expert, International Fertility Centre.