Sometimes, being pregnant isn’t the most fun thing in the world. Usually morning sickness is over by the end of the first trimester, but some women may feel waves of it toward the end of their pregnancy as well. If you haven’t experienced it yet, know that morning sickness doesn’t just strike in the morning, despite what the name suggests. So what the heck is this misnomer all about, where is it coming from and how can you ease it? Thanks to Mom Junction, a few medical experts have put out some theories to explain the reason behind why women feel sick during pregnancy and offer a some remedies.
Morning sickness is usually unavoidable, but there are a few things you can try to help ease the symptoms and keep the nausea to a minimum. From making sure you’re eating lots of little, healthy meals throughout the day to practicing meditation and getting plenty of fresh air, the key to a happy, healthy pregnancy is all about treating yourself with love and respect and lots of pampering. We’re okay with that.
Always make sure you check with your doctor before you try any natural remedies, change anything in your diet or treat yourself to a spa day when you’re not feeling well. Even the tiniest changes can be a big deal when you’re pregnant, so treat your doctor like your new best friend and tell her everything, even if you don’t think it’s significant.
Pregnant ladies! How do you deal with morning sickness? Share your tips and tricks in the comments below!