What foods are good for morning sickness?

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Morning sickness also called nausea gravidarum is a medical condition that affects about three-quarters of all women during their first trimester of pregnancy. It is characterized by nausea and vomiting and it is prevalent in the morning hours. Even though this problem will not last forever during pregnancy, it also calls for concern because it poses problems like exhaustion and tiresomeness to the pregnant woman.

Here are the best home remedies

Ginger Tea

Drinking warm ginger tea will calm your tummy. Ginger is used for many home remedies for its therapeutic properties. It works great for travel sickness too. when feeling a bit sick, keep the ginger tea handy.

Herbal Teas

Herbal teas are renowned for easing nausea symptoms. Some of the best for morning sickness are lemon balm, chamomile, and peppermint. Avoid peppermint if you suffer from acid reflux.

Raspberry Leaf Tea

Red raspberry tea is also a wonderful herbal tea for treating nausea symptoms. This tea will not only reduce morning sickness symptoms but will relax uterus muscles too.

Ginger Ale

Have a glass of luke-warm ginger ale. Make sure it’s flat and not fizzy as the fizz can cause stomach acid levels to increase. Ginger ale is also effective for making you feel better if you’re pregnant.

Fennel Seeds

Chewing on fennel seeds will instantly make you feel better from queasy moments.

Vitamin B6

To reduce vomiting and nausea, you can try taking 25mg of vitamin b6. Take 3 times a day for up to 3 days. This can help balance your hormones which are responsible for morning sickness.


Taking Zinc supplements can help with morning sickness. Take 25mg each day.


Another basic remedy is consuming water every hour. Drink a glass of water even when you go to the bathroom in the night. Being adequately hydrated is very important for keeping queasiness at bay.

Fruit Bars

You can replace the sugars lost through vomiting by snacking on fruit bars. You can store them in the freezer and grab one any time you feel nauseous.


The smell of lemon is very therapeutic so slice one up and sniff it. You can also add a few drops of lemon to your glass of water.

Early Morning Food

Eating a small snack immediately when you wake up can help women feel better straight away. Keep an apple by your bedside.

Eat Smaller Portioned Meals

Do not eat the standard 3 daily meals. Rather, eat a few more meals but make them smaller. This is much more gentle on your system.

Avoid Bad Fats

Stay away from fried, fatty foods, which can encourage nausea. Also, stay away from spicy foods. 

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PROFESSIONAL HIGHLIGHTS. She has been trained in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Disease, Critical Care Medicine, and Anxiety Medicine. In addition, she was also trained in Thoracic Transplantation Medicine and Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension. CERTIFICATIONS Dr. Sarah Edwards is Board Certified in the following: • Internal Medicine • Child Diseases • Critical Medicine • She is also a Diplomate of The American Board of Anxiety Medicine. EDUCATION Postgraduate: • University of Nevada School of Medicine • Residency: Internal Medicine