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Morning Sickness Causes And Remedies

Morning sickness can range from slight nausea and stomach upset to months of constant vomiting and severe weight loss. This sometimes debilitating illness can put a damper on what is suppose to be a joyful time in a woman’s life. The exact cause of morning sickness is not yet known, but some situations definitely seem to make it worse. A few helpful techniques and remedies can help women to cope with morning sickness and to reduce some of its more upsetting effects.

The reason that many women suffer from morning sickness during the first few months of their pregnancy has not yet been determined. Scientist are sure that it has something to do with changing hormone levels, increased stomach acids that may be produced as a result of the pregnancy, and an increased sensitivity to smells. The release of human chorionic gonadotropin produced by the placenta and an increase in progesterone levels are two of the most likely suspects according to new research.

Whatever the cause of morning sickness, you can take some steps to help soothe your upset stomach. Unfortunately morning sickness does not only occur in the morning, despite its name; some women suffer from nausea and vomiting in the morning, afternoon, and evening. To help ease your symptoms of morning sickness it is important to keep a little ‘morning sickness emergency kit’ with you.

Try to carry a handkerchief scented with your favorite smell; if you are in a situation where the odors are making you sick, pull out the handkerchief and hold it to your nose. Keep your diet healthy but plain, and try to avoid spicy and oily foods. Carry around some crackers with you to help settle your stomach. Some women keep some crackers and water by their bed so they can eat a little bit to calm their stomach before they even sit up in the morning. Cigarette smoke can be especially nauseating to women who suffer from morning sickness; if you are in a public place and someone lights up, politely tell them that the smoke is making your sick and ask them to please put it out.

Stress and fatigue can also exacerbate morning sickness symptoms; if you are feeling especially stressed, take some time out to take some calming breaths, think good thoughts, and try to relax. Keep in mind that women who suffer from morning sickness have a decreased risk of miscarriage; try to focus on this positive point during those trying times.

It is important to talk to your doctor about your morning sickness especially if your morning sickness seems severe. While symptoms of morning sickness are a normal part of most pregnancies, some effects of morning sickness can be so drastic that it can put the mother and baby at risk. At any point of your pregnancy, if you feel that your morning sickness is putting you or your baby at risk, immediately contact your doctor. Try to keep calm, use some of the morning sickness relief tips, and remember that morning sickness rarely lasts past the first 12 weeks of pregnancy.

Video: How to Help Manage Morning Sickness and Nausea

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