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Taking on Morning Sickness – Remedies to Cure Morning Sickness caused by Pregnancy

Note: This is the 2nd installment in a series of posts designed to help moms and moms-to-be stay healthy through their 40-week pregnancy journey. You can find links to all of the posts that make up this series at the bottom of this post. Ideas for future posts? Let us know!

First off, let’s be real, morning sickness is not just in the morning. It happens right when you think you’re finally ready for lunch, when you’re in the shower, and, the all time worst, when you just fell asleep for the first time in the past two nights.

You probably have all this information about what to do for morning sickness in your overly stuffed folder from your doctor, but who know where that is! That’s why we are here!


  • Crackers and Ginger Ale – This is the universal remedy for nausea, nibbling on crackers while sipping on ginger ale. While that can help some people, others have to keep going down the list!


  • Ginger – There are a couple of ways you can use ginger to suppress nausea. You can add it to recipes or you can munch on products with ginger in them. Not only does ginger help with nausea, but it can also lower cholesterol and stimulate blood flow to your baby!


  • High Protein Foods – These are probably the absolute last things on your mind to eat, but high protein foods are great in helping with nausea. Peanut butter seems to be the best since it sticks in your stomach more, but foods like chicken, cheese (pasteurized), and fully cooked eggs should do the trick as well!


  • Staying Hydrated – Staying hydrated seems like a no-brainer, but it can be harder than you think when all you feel like is crying on the bathroom floor. Vomiting will make you lose some of your water so you need to get it back. Keeping yourself hydrated will help calm down the nausea, but only if it is taken in small sips.


  • Small, Frequent Meals – Eating more? Are you joking? Those are probably the thoughts running through your mind right about now. Eating six small meals a day can help you combat morning sickness. Nausea is bad enough; don’t deal with the empty-stomach nausea, it’s worse!


Morning sickness is tough and it seems like the end keeps getting further and further away. Hopefully this list can help suppress your nausea. Don’t worry, you can get through this!

Other posts in our “Pregnancy Health” series include:


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