Are you sick in the morn­ing, and you can’t look at famil­iar foods with­out stom­ach cramps?

Con­grat­u­la­tions, you are preg­nant!

In the first three months of preg­nan­cy, nau­sea and vom­it­ing very often occur, and this con­di­tion is called tox­i­co­sis. Of course, this is unpleas­ant, but not dan­ger­ous — as long as you fol­low the basic rules. The most impor­tant of them is to drink a lot and at least eat some­thing. If this does not work out due to con­stant urge or pro­fuse vom­it­ing, then there is only one way out — to the doc­tor.

How to get rid of tox­i­co­sis in the morn­ing

If you feel sick in the morn­ing, then do not rush to leave the bed imme­di­ate­ly after wak­ing up. It’s bet­ter to eat some­thing first:

gin­ger­bread or crack­er;

toast or black crack­er;


All this should already be lying near the bed in the evening. Ear­ly tox­i­co­sis is well elim­i­nat­ed by a proven folk rem­e­dy — a table­spoon of hon­ey eat­en on an emp­ty stom­ach. Hon­ey con­tains a lot of trace ele­ments and vit­a­mins, as well as eas­i­ly digestible glu­cose and fruc­tose. After the first meal, lie still for about half an hour.

You can also relieve vom­it­ing attacks with the help of mint infu­sion — pour mint with boil­ing water, insist for five min­utes, and then add a lit­tle lemon and hon­ey. You can drink what­ev­er you like — milk or yogurt, min­er­al water (prefer­ably alka­line, like “Bor­jo­mi”), fruit or herbal tea, fresh­ly squeezed juice. A good solu­tion would be an infu­sion of anise or rose hips, as well as gin­ger tea, which per­fect­ly elim­i­nates nau­sea. If you are not wor­ried about swelling, then you can drink up to 3 liters of flu­id dai­ly.

What to eat with tox­i­co­sis

Gin­ger per­fect­ly removes the man­i­fes­ta­tions of tox­i­co­sis. You can make tea from it, or you can just chew the pieces or add them to a veg­etable sal­ad. Also a good choice for snacks is dried apri­cots, which nor­mal­izes the lev­el of potas­si­um in the body.

Spicy, salty and fat­ty — avoid. If you real­ly want salty, then you need to eat it lit­tle by lit­tle — for exam­ple, one light­ly salt­ed cucum­ber or a piece of fish. But it is worth lean­ing on pro­tein foods rich in B vit­a­mins — for exam­ple, a boiled egg with toast is ide­al for break­fast.

Gen­er­al rec­om­men­da­tions

After con­sult­ing with your doc­tor, you can choose home­o­path­ic reme­dies for your­self. It is also rec­om­mend­ed to walk a lot and be less in rooms with stale air. It is worth tak­ing spe­cial vit­a­mins and avoid­ing stress as much as pos­si­ble.

Aro­mather­a­py will be use­ful — use relax­ing essen­tial oils of neroli, lemon, mint, grape­fruit. It will help improve the con­di­tion and after­noon sleep. Work­ing moms can afford it on the week­ends. And tune in to the pos­i­tive, because soon this dif­fi­cult peri­od will end.

By Yraa

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