Morning Sickness home Remedies during pregnancy

Hey Everyone

Morning Sickness is the common problem of all pregnant women. This actually happens when you feel nausea or vomiting when getting up in the morning.

The reason behind this sickness is acid formation while sleeping. you have your dinner and then sleep for 8 hours of the gap that's a lot actually that's why acid forms and you start feeling nausea.
I am also gone through this phase but I tried many things to handle it.

There are some home remedies too you can try at home. You will definitely feel improvement. 
The first thing you should do is just eat something first you get up in the morning. It can sprout with some lemon and salt or anything.

Don't wait for a long after you get up. Have your breakfast early that has its words "Break The Fast". If not then you should take at least something in your mouth.



There are few home remedies You can try-

1. Lemon 
You can have lemon water in the morning. That actually makes you feel better. You can have lemon water with honey too. If you don't want to drink then you can only smell the lemon that will also make you feel good. 

2. Ginger
You should take ginger in your foods. You can chew a small ginger or take a ginger tea or ginger candy. That is very good for digestion. It will control your acidic nature.

3. Peppermint
Similarly, you can have peppermint in your daily food. You can chew some mint leaves as it is. You can have peppermint tea or just add peppermint to your food items. That will also make you feel better.

4. Sprouts
Have sprouts in your breakfast daily. Daily means have one handful at least daily that will again make your acidity in control.

5. Almonds
There should not be a long gap between your meals. That gap actually increases the acidity in your stomach. So try to have almonds in between meals.

6. Cloves
Have some cloves daily. Chew cloves and it will make your digestion good and control acidity. You can fry cloves and add some honey and have it. 

7. Fruits
You can have some fruits like Kiwi, Banana, and Orange. These fruits you can have as it is or make a shake or juices. But only have fresh juices. 

These are few things you can do at home and they will definitely make you feel good while nausea or morning sickness.
Thank You

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34 comments

  1. These are all great options. I had to end up getting a prescription for something because nothing seemed to help. I do find that now that I'm not pregnant that ginger is the best use for nausea.

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    1. Yeah it is...
      I always check for home remedies first

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  2. I had bad morning sickness with my first. I wish I would have found this list way back then, the mornings were pretty rough. I ended up getting a prescription of zofran unfortunately

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  3. Oh man, I had terrible morning sickness with my son. It was not fun. With my daughter I felt ill a few times, but it wasn't nearly as bad.

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  4. I am so thankful I never had morning sickness. I had friends that had it something awful, all one could eat was frozen lemonade.

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  5. I've had friends who have had bad morning sickness, I'll have to pass some of these ideas onto them if it happens again.

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  6. I get nausea quite a lot and I find that ginger and lemon tends to help me so they would be excellent remedies for morning sickness too! Cloves is a new one! x

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  7. I definitely went through a lot of ginger to help deal with mine! I know peppermint is supposed to work, but I was so repulsed by it when I was expecting.

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  8. Lemon and Ginger are really powerful for morning sickness. Peppermint can be very soothing too.

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  9. This would really be a great help for pregnant women. It will only be fair if I share this of which I will definitely.

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  10. This topic is so relevant. I have seen so many women struggle with morning sickness.

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    1. That's why I think of it.. share this to every women you feel is in need.
      Thank you

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  11. Morning sickness is one of those things that can be so tricky. These are some great ideas!

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  12. These are such a brilliant tips! I didn't know these before when I'm pregnant with my daughter. This is a big help for those new pregnant mom.

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    1. Awww thank you dear...
      You can share this with your friends and family

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  13. Ginger and lemon is a universal remedy for nausea. I don't have children so I have never experienced morning sickness, but your advice on natural nausea remedies is very welcome.

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    1. Yes...Ginger and lemon are remedy for natural nausea...And the main thing is required to do during pregnancy is to eat something immediately when get up in the morning.

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  14. I can attest to the ginger remedy. I been sick before and chew on raw ginger or making a tea really helped me with my sickness once.

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  15. I'm just too happy to never get sick when I was pregnant. But these are really good options!

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  16. everyone talks about morning sickness in such a way that it always sounds super scary! These remedies sound great! will be helpful when i have babies

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    1. These are definitely work for everyone generally...Just give a try...Thank you

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  17. I wish I knew these remedies when I had morning sickness. Great helpful post! <3

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  18. Some great natural remedies for morning sickness! I'll make note of these if I ever have children in the future

    Sondra xx
    prettyfitfoodie.com

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  19. These sound like really great methods. I love that they are home remedies.

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  20. Trust me I had been through my morning sickness throughout my pregnancy... This would really help me for my next pregnancy :)

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