Tap into the power of ginger
Ginger can safely and effectively reduce morning sickness-related nausea. But it doesn’t seem to work for vomiting.
Ginger comes in many forms. Pregnant women can consume one gram of ginger supplements daily, three to four times per day. Foods that contain ginger may also help ease nausea. These include ginger ale, ginger lollipops, and ginger tea.
You can also try some self-care care techniques. These can help prevent and relieve morning sickness:
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Foods high in vitamin B6Â
You’ll likely hear a lot about vitamin B6 when you’re first pregnant and for the following nine months. It’s a crucial vitamin for the healthy growth of the brain and nervous system in your unborn child. Â.
Bonus Tip: Vitamin B6 can also help stop morning sickness!
When morning sickness and vomiting are at their worst in the early stages of pregnancy, your doctor may advise you to take a vitamin B6 supplement. Salmon, avocados, sunflower seeds, pistachios, chicken, dried fruits like prunes and raisins, bananas, spinach, and lean pork or beef are additional foods that are excellent sources of vitamin B6.