Natural Home Remedies For Vomiting During Pregnancy

Severe vomiting during pregnancy (hyperemesis gravidarum) Nausea and vomiting are common in pregnancy, especially in the first trimester. Some pregnant women experience excessive nausea and vomiting.

The effort of retching and vomiting does not harm your baby. In fact, some studies have shown that having sickness and vomiting in early pregnancy is a good indication that your pregnancy is healthy and will have a successful

Some women experience nausea and vomiting only in the morning. The majority of women have nausea on and off, all day long. A pregnant woman may also note increased saliva, increased sensitivity to certain smells, and changes in the taste of some foods.

The good thing is that the condition is restricted to the first trimester, and usually disappears after that. However, it is not easy to deal with the issue.

Natural remedies for nausea and vomiting during pregnancy:

 

  • Water

 

Drink lots of water as it keeps the body hydrated. Drinking water regularly improves digestion.

 

  • Ginger

 

One of the best herbal medicines for morning sickness, ginger works well on the digestive system by reducing the acidity in the stomach. The smell or the flavour of ginger helps you get over nausea or vomiting. Here are the various ways you can take ginger:

  • Your doctor may prescribe 1000mg ginger capsules
  • Chew a ginger candy or eat a piece of ginger.
  • Add five drops of ginger juice to one teaspoon of honey and consume it early in the morning.
  • Make ginger tea by boiling one teaspoon of grated ginger in one cup of water and add honey to it. Have one to two cups of tea in the morning.
  • Gingersnap cookies made with real ginger are great to snack on.
  • Peppermint

 

It has methanol, which produces an anaesthetic effect to prevent vomiting during pregnancy.

Prepare peppermint tea adding one teaspoon of dried peppermint in a cup of hot water and steep it for five to ten minutes. Add honey or sugar and drink it after you wake up in the morning.
Chewing some peppermint leaves will aid in alleviating the vomiting symptoms.
Add a few drops of peppermint essential oil over a handkerchief and inhale the vapours to get over the vomiting sensation.

 

  • Lemon

 

It has a soothing smell and a calming effect on your body.

Smell the fresh lemon peel to ease vomiting and nausea.
Add a few drops of lemon essential oil on your handkerchief and sniff it when you have the vomiting sensation.
Squeeze a lemon into a glass of water, add honey or sugar and have it every morning to prevent any bouts of vomiting. Sip it after vomiting or whenever you feel nauseated.
Make sure to take fresh lemon juice. Keeping it too long will make it bitter.

 

  • Yoghurt

 

It is rich in vitamin B12 and helps reduce the nauseous feeling during pregnancy. The probiotics help regulate your digestive system.

Take fresh fruits added with yoghurt to ease nausea.

 

  • Kiwi

 

Kiwi is an excellent fruit to reduce the vomiting sensation.

Prepare a kiwi fruit smoothie using kiwi, banana, and blueberries. Blend these fruits and add honey.

 

  • Apple cider vinegar

 

It is pH neutral and helps neutralize the gastric acid in the stomach.

Mix one tablespoon of honey with one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar (ACV) in cold water and have it before going to bed.
Add two or three teaspoons of ACV in warm water and have it as the first thing in the morning.
Mix one teaspoon of ACV in half a cup of water and use it as a mouthwash after vomiting. This helps freshen your breath because the smell of vomit makes you nauseous.

 

  • Cloves

 

It is rich in aroma and flavour and has a soothing effect on your stomach. Clove and honey tea reduces the vomiting sensation. Take a teaspoon of cloves and boil it with one cup of water for ten minutes. Add honey to it and consume.
Chew a few cloves throughout the day.
Fry a few cloves, add honey to it and have it.

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